Fwd: Roadmap for UbuntuServer
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,
> 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.
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
> ubuntu-server mailing list
> ubuntu-server at lists.ubuntu.com
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