seth at isforinsects.com
Thu May 8 02:29:02 CEST 2008
We're forking Sugar. I get that. But we need to consider what lists are
currently at OLPC, and which we can improve, replace, or ignore. I am far
more interested in creating a vibrant active educational discussion list
than replicating several of the lists at OLPC.
Content organization is a hard business. And subsequently, not a lot of
work has been finished at OLPC as it stands now. To create division in
these projects would be detrimental to educational goals overall. And they
would have little to no relation to the forking of free / non-free software.
I apologize if I am stepping out of bounds here. But I'm still unsure about
what 'an education project' is and isn't.
On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 3:41 PM, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at codewiz.org> wrote:
> would you like to be our "listmaster"?
> I'd like to make lists.sugarlabs.org point at the same host as
> lists.lo-res.org. Either a CNAME or the A record pointing straight
> to your IP.
> It would be nice to host additional lists related to Sugar and
> education in general on your host. If you'd prefer not to put this
> much burden on your host, I have another machine we could use for
> this purpose.
> Additionally, mailman has nice support for virtual domains.
> So we can keep these lists separate from yours. Moving an
> existing list from one domain to another is tricky (I remember
> it involved converting the binary config to ascii and back).
> _| o | Bernie Innocenti - http://www.codewiz.org/
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