A tale of 2 websites

Andrew VanSpronsen avanspronsen at gmail.com
Sat May 28 21:58:07 UTC 2005


NP, it all sounds good. I have already begun talking to Matthias about site 
options including a linode. Hopefully there will be an announcement 
concerning the Linode agreement soon. That will likely be the catalyst to 
move the site and get our DNS names in order.

avanspronsen

On 5/28/05, Daniel Robitaille <robitaille at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> > if we move forward with ubuntu.ca <http://ubuntu.ca> as is
> 
> unless I'm mistaken, it seems the only people this week who have
> expressed any interest in working on the web page are people already
> connected to the current ubuntu.ca <http://ubuntu.ca>. If that's really 
> the case, I
> think that could soon settle this "debate" by default :)
> 
> At one point when the dust settle down in incoming days, we will need
> to update the info here:
> http://www.ubuntulinux.org/wiki/LoCoTeamList
> 
> I personally think (but it is not a strong preference...) we should
> publicly use the address "ubuntu-ca.org <http://ubuntu-ca.org>" since that 
> is what is done
> with most LoCo teams out there, but physically the web pages would sit
> on the current ubuntu.ca <http://ubuntu.ca> server (with ubuntu.ca<http://ubuntu.ca>pointing to
> ubuntu-ca.org <http://ubuntu-ca.org>). I believe that should be possible 
> with appropriate
> DNS entries.
> 
> Probably the best way will be for our new contact person to get
> involved with Matthias to make a final decision about this based on
> what makes more sense from a technical point of view.
> 
> 
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