David Nelson wrote on 2011-01-18 22.36:
My request for the alfresco.libreoffice.org sub-domain still holds.
I am willing to offer Christian/Florian full root access to the
system, if necessary, and to comply with all feasible requirements to
Would it be appropriate to request consideration of this at the next SC meeting?
Or is the refusal firm and non-negotiable?
no, there's no refusal in general, don't worry. :-) I'm just looking on
how we can keep the infrastructure constant. We've just reached a rather
stable and security state, and I would like to keep what we have
achieved. For sure, we will have to look for external offers and
options, I do not want to have everything in control, neither do I have
the time for that. It's just that we didn't come up with policies for
that yet. :-)
So, don't take this as a refusal, but just a question for the ease of
use: Would theoretically hosting Alfresco on one of our servers also be
an option to consider, or do you see huge advantages of having it on yours?
And, as a side question: Is there anyone who actually uses Alfresco? I
didn't follow the documentation list closely, but I want avoid the same
"what tool do we need" discussion we have for the website. So, have the
requirements and the possible tools already been discussed or is this
basically a one man show?
Sorry for the direct questions, but I guess you know what I mean. I just
want to avoid a group of people working on a tool they like, when there
are issues with actually using it right now...
Thanks for your work!
Florian Effenberger <email@example.com>
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