Re: Jackd hell and other oddities
sorry for the delay.
|--==> Daniel James writes:
DJ> Hi Free,
>>Well, a possible definition of the group could be the list of the
>>Alioth's project members
DJ> Do you think it would be possible to ask Nicola Bernardini to redirect
DJ> demudi.org to this alioth page? The Plone site created by the Agnula
DJ> project which is currently visible via that domain name hasn't had any
DJ> news posted for nearly two years now.
Yes it would be possible, but I'd rather keep the current DNS for
www.demudi.org, as historically it was the AGNULA project that
fostered the development of DeMuDi (hence the name AGNULA/DeMuDi), and
even if the chances are relatively low, I wouldn't exclude that it
could do that again in the future.
For the moment I've simply modified the home page of www.agnula.info
(to which www.demudi.org is pointing), and added a notice about the
Debian Multimedia project on the top and a like to its wiki at:
Notice that I've split the page above in sub-pages, to make it easier
to read and extend. Wiki maintainers are welcome!
DJ> By the way, http://demudi.alioth.debian.org/ links back automatically
DJ> to the hijacked demudi.agnula.org site, which sometimes has dodgy
DJ> links on it.
DJ> demudi.alioth.debian.org is listed as the project homepage on
DJ> alioth.debian.org/projects/demudi - so there's a bad loop there. It
DJ> gives the false impression that nothing's going on with Debian
DJ> multimedia these days.
Thanks for the report, I've changed the redirection of
demudi.alioth.debian.org, and it now points to the wiki page of Debian
DJ> Perhaps the alioth page could list all the active, Debian-derived
DJ> multimedia projects. There are some projects under
DJ> http://alioth.debian.org/softwaremap/trove_list.php?form_cat=99 which
DJ> could probably be cross-linked.
Yes, anyone willing to make a selection and add it to
DJ> http://alioth.debian.org/mail/?group_id=30525 doesn't show the
DJ> firstname.lastname@example.org list.
That's because it shows only the alioth mailings list, it's not
possible to change that.
DJ> And finally, on http://alioth.debian.org/projects/demudi it says
DJ> 'Development Status: 3 - Alpha' which I don't think is a fair
DJ> reflection of the stability of the software in 2007.
I couldn't understand how to modify that, perhaps is something that we
have to ask to the Alioth admins.