[ubuntu-art] wiki vs. groupware vs. whatever

volvoguy volvoguy at gmail.com
Wed Jul 20 18:03:14 CDT 2005

On 7/20/05, kori mendocino <kori.mendocino at gmail.com> wrote:
> i believe that while the wiki is great for what it has been used up to
> now at the ubuntu site, both for development and help, but i really
> think that it is not the best platform for a team like ours, with the
> goals and projects that we are to work on.
> maybe we should do some voting about this one?

We're probably not ready for a vote yet, as we don't even know what
kind of hardware we're getting. If it's hosting a public facing art
website and our (slightly) more private art team CVS/whatever, adding
some sort of full-fledged groupware app on top of that might fry our
machine. Now, if we get a dual-Xeon machine with a terabyte of storage
and two gig of RAM, that might be different. :o)

I need to scan through the emails again and try to figure out the best
time for our first meeting on IRC. I'm thinking possibly as soon as
Friday or Saturday, or into next week if we can't get everyone there
on that short of notice. BTW, we've been hanging out in
#ubuntu-artwork on freenode.net, but someone suggested we use
#ubuntu-meeting for our meeting. It doesn't really matter to me (our
IRC channel is now being logged by fabbione), but we may need to
reserve the latter choice. I'd rather not be discussing pixels and
alpha channels alongside some deep programming discussion, ya know?


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