John Von Essen
essenz at beck.quonix.net
Tue Mar 30 09:02:27 PST 2004
I believe I was the one that requested a core sanction. The reason is I
remember when this thread came up before... It's difficult to go out and
start doing something and dedicate alot of time when you are not
absolutely sure that it will be accepted.
A core sanction would also help in other areas... What is the decided
platform? Perl, PHP, MySQL, Postgresql.
What happens if I go out and do it in mod_perl and mysql, and then a core
member says, "It should be done in php like site xyz".
On Tue, 30 Mar 2004, Dan Langille wrote:
> On 30 Mar 2004 at 18:43, Michal Pasternak wrote:
> > Kevin Golding [Tue, Mar 30, 2004 at 05:35:26PM +0100]:
> > > Actually that logic extends to a problem which seems to hit *BSD in
> > > general - OpenBSD.org is the only site which doesn't have "project"
> > > emblazoned across the top of my browser.
> > Hmm, so that's it? Remove "project" from <title> and <h?> and we're all
> > saved? Brillant!
> > Seriously, gentlemen, as 10 other people already pointed out, count me as
> > 11th. Such discussions here repeat from time to time, and except the
> > discussions itself I don't remember if I ever seen someone with a *clue*
> > (eg. new site project + development roadmap).
> Following upon the above:
> It was mentioned in a previous post: someone wanted official sanction
> by core (or something to that effect). My response to that: don't
> wait for it. Just do it.
> FreshPorts, FreeBSD Diary, and BSDCan would not exist if official
> sanction were needed. If *you* think it's a good idea, do it,
> regardless of what other thinks.
> There are far more people willing to give advice than are willing to
> do the work. Just do it.
>  - OK, so BSDCan is yet to happen, but it will happen.
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