maxamillion at gmail.com
Sat Dec 2 20:43:59 UTC 2006
I propose we get Cody Somerville in on this as well, if he is willing/has
the time, because he is also part of the xubuntu.org admin team.
On 12/2/06, Brian Lawson <brianrlawson at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi all...sorry it has been a while since I emailed (new baby, holidays,
> etc...you know the drill). I tried to install MediaWiki for use at the
> xubuntuguide.org site at the recommendation of this group, but my host
> doesn't support PHP 5, so no luck there. I resorted back to TikiWiki and
> applied the Tikipedia theme which makes it look and work much the same as
> MediaWiki. Also, I was able to use Fantastico to auto-install TikiWiki via
> my host, so staying up to date with the latest versions and patches should
> be much easier for me this way. I hope this is an acceptable direction.
> As I mentioned before, I'm a grateful user but I'm a far cry from an
> expert or Admin. So, I'd like to open up the floor to anyone that would
> like to contribute, edit, and moderate the xubuntuguide.org site as an
> Admin. I think that Adam Miller and Vincent raised their hand before, but
> if anyone would like to be added just drop me a line at brian -at- blawson
> -dot- net.
> Again, my hope and vision for the site would be to achieve something
> similar to ubuntuguide.org (step-by-step tutorials, instructions, and
> how-tos for configuration and installation of software) but with
> alternatives suited for the Xubuntu distribution (non-GTK dependent, low
> resource consumption, etc.).
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