On 4/25/07, Martin Lasarsch firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Wednesday 28 March 2007 19:20:59 Francis Giannaros wrote:
I unfortunately forgot about raising this item at the status meeting, so I'm raising it here.
The current setup with use of domains for openSUSE things seems pretty curious to me, and it seems to me like things are all over the place. A quick run-down:
- openSUSE.org is the main openSUSE site with the wiki and Build Service,
but: * novell.com used for the bugtracker, a lot of SVNs (artwork, various documentation, etc)
- suse.de used for openSUSE email addresses and random other hosting
Now, I understand that YaST and Zypp are moving to a public svn, which is awesome, and it'd be nice if other things followed too, like artwork svn (which I'll raise on the -artwork list once it's up too).
So, I'm just wondering if there couldn't be more centralisation on openSUSE.org for some of the above items. Any comments?
I had this as an AI on my list, so here it is ...
ok, discussed it in the meeting today:
I guess we agree that it would be better to have all on a opensuse domain with the same layout/artwork. But this is unfortunately not possible right now.
Hi Martin, :)
Thanks for the response, and I understand now, thanks.
- suse.de domain: what exactly, i'm only aware of the exports right now.
I meant it was just used for general hosting I saw, but also email addresses. As was mentioned in the last status meeting though, the criteria for @o.o addresses would need to be cleared up before the others are used.