Re: [debian enterprise] sub-project planning
On Tue, 2003-12-02 at 06:42, Steve Kemp wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 02, 2003 at 06:24:58AM +1100, Zenaan Harkness wrote:
> > And as I put on the web page, a goal of debian-enterprise ("should be",
> > IMHO) to explicitly support *for-profit* organisations. Let's make no
> > bones about it - the goal is to make as much profit as possible, such
> > that we might Do Good Things (TM).
> I'm agreeing with the ideas of the project, especially availability
> software and security.
> As a related topic I've been working on "bootable Debian", some simple
> bootable CD-ROM's for different purposes, a simple Mail server
> offering POP3/IMAP/SMTP and Spam filtering in a box and a complete
> Webserver on a CD for example.
> These sound similar to your turnkey server installaionst you mention.
The two concepts ("flavours"/ custom distros of debian, and [custom]
bootable/ live Debian CDs) have been discussed quite a bit recently on
-devel - see the various threads.
There seems to be a common desire to, where it makes sense at all, make
the tools part of Debian proper, such that these concepts can be readily
"deployed", and Debian the richer for its users.
Seems there are many lines of thought all pretty well aligned at the
Debian Enterprise: A Custom Debian Distribution: http://debian-enterprise.org/
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