[peruser] Status of peruser and other questions

Stefan Klingner stefan.klingner at mephisto23.com
Thu Aug 27 14:49:40 MDT 2009


i like it :)

Andrew schrieb:
>> in my opinion, google code is not necessary, because setting up  
>> revision
>> control, bugtracker and a wiki is quit simple. we should add a project
>> domain, a small website which contains some informations about the
>> current state of the project and which goal we in fact try to reach.
>> additionally to the mailing list a forum would be really usefull.
>>     
>
> As a relative newcomer I have to agree this would be great. It would  
> have been helpful for me instead of digging through the mailing list  
> archives trying to piece things together! I've just regged peruser.org  
> on behalf of the project. Pretty perfect domain I'd say :)
>
> On 27 Aug 2009, at 21:28, Stefan Klingner wrote:
>
>   
>> possibly all the smileys in the mails mean, that the maintainer job
>> offer is a joke because i am primarily an sysadmin and no developer,  
>> but
>> if not i would do it. :)
>>
>> in my opinion, google code is not necessary, because setting up  
>> revision
>> control, bugtracker and a wiki is quit simple. we should add a project
>> domain, a small website which contains some informations about the
>> current state of the project and which goal we in fact try to reach.
>> additionally to the mailing list a forum would be really usefull.
>>
>> i can set this stuff up if i should. if it is not possible on the  
>> telana
>> server, i can also do this on one of my servers. what do you think  
>> about
>> that sean?
>>
>> a switch to the apache license is a great idea!
>>
>> a 0.4.0 "fusion" release would be a great start for all this changes.
>>
>> Sean Gabriel Heacock schrieb:
>>     
>>> Taavi Sannik wrote:
>>>
>>>       
>>>> Just for all of you to know, Sean contacted me last week and asked  
>>>> if I
>>>> want to become the maintainer of this project. At that time, I  
>>>> did, but
>>>> due to unforeseen circumstances, I will be gone in a month and will
>>>> return in a year - I may be able to have a peek in the mailing  
>>>> lists in
>>>> the mean time, but that's it. So unfortunately I cannot accept this
>>>> position, but it seems that Stefan is a good candidate for a new
>>>> maintainer :).
>>>>
>>>>         
>>> Ah, sorry to hear you'll be having to leave for a while.  Stefan,  
>>> do you
>>> want the job? :)
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>>>> This still leaves us with one problem and that is project hosting. I
>>>> think Sean wouldn't mind if we move it to somewhere else (I  
>>>> personally
>>>> would prefer Google Code, but we must upgrade peruser license to  
>>>> Apache
>>>> Software License 2.0 to host there). I just hope Sean comes around  
>>>> and
>>>> has the time to accept this and forward the old peruser page to a  
>>>> new
>>>> one. Any ideas on this one is greatly appreciated.
>>>>
>>>>         
>>> I'm fine with the license change and hosting at google - I'm also  
>>> okay
>>> with continuing to host the project on my server, I was going to  
>>> set up
>>> an account just for peruser so I can give people more access to the  
>>> web
>>> page and trac configuration.  But google works too, and I can keep
>>> running the mailing list.
>>>
>>>
>>>       
>>>> I am currently working on a 0.4.0 release which would include the  
>>>> dc3
>>>> patch, the freebsd 7.2 fixes and other bugfixes. I will also try to
>>>> squeeze in the SSL NameVirtualhost patch and better configuration
>>>> validation. Hopefully I will get it ready by the end of the week.
>>>>
>>>>         
>>> Looking forward to trying it out! :)
>>>
>>>
>>>       
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