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Re: [Debian-NP] a couple of ideas



On Tue, Jul 15, 2003 at 10:39:18PM -0400, Micah Anderson wrote:
> In general I like the idea of trying to fit the needs of the server
> side of things as well as the desktop side, however I am worried that
> it might spread ourselves to thin and not be able to accomplish
> either. 

Is there much tailoring that would need to be done to Debian on the
server side?  I think being able to use Debian on the server also has
important potential as a cost-saving tool, I'm just not sure how much
is actually involved aside from default package selection.

> I think that if we focus on identifying what needs our target audience
> has for something like this then we will find that a lot of what the
> client Morphix has would fit, and we could easily tailor that to have
> the additional things that we need, and remove the things that we dont.

This is the sticking point for me.  How do we go about identifying the
general needs of CSOs?  There've been a fair number of case studies
posted to the list already, but most use task descriptions that are
largely unfamiliar to me as one having no experience in the day-to-day
administration of such orgs.

-- 
Steve Langasek
postmodern programmer

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