Fwd: Roadmap for UbuntuServer

Mario Đanić mario.danic at gmail.com
Wed Feb 22 11:21:36 UTC 2006

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From: Mario Đanić <mario.danic at gmail.com>
Date: Feb 22, 2006 12:21 PM
Subject: Re: Roadmap for UbuntuServer
To: Joao Inacio <jcinacio at gmail.com>

On 2/22/06, Joao Inacio <jcinacio at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/22/06, Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > I don't know of anybody who is doing a simple dedicated LAMP server.
> > As this is one of the single most popular uses for Linux, this strikes
> > me as a priority! A good effort at this would, I suspect, be an
> > instant hit.
> >
> Yes, i think that this would be the ideal place to start.
> next thing IMHO would be put an administration interface on top of it,
> and that's were it gets trickier...
> would existing projects work well for our packages? would they be
> modular enough to include our next "server package" (mail, file,
> print)?
> beeing this targeted at dapper +1 for obvious reasons, i would think
> that it's feasable to build something from scratch but of course that
> would be up to cannonical (in-house or bounty?)
> actually, even for dapper it wouldn't be any difficult just to create
> a meta-package that depends on apache2, perl, php and mysql:
> $ sudo apt-get install lamp-server


a action in this (simmilar) direction was heading with ubuntu-instant-server
I would be glad to point you out to Wiki to see what was the point with that
but I am afraid Matt erased everything related to this project from wiki.
Nevertheless, if you have some questions about the project, I'll be glad to
answer all of them.

Best regards,

To summarize, i just want to say that whatever the future plans for
> ubuntu server are, they will be good as long as something is done that
> guives the user a choice to install a "non-base" system.
> --
> João Inácio
> jcinacio at gmail.com
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