Re: user support - Shapado instance for Debian
El vie, 01-10-2010 a las 01:31 -0400, Brian Gupta escribió:
> On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 12:12 AM, Fernando C. Estrada
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> El mié, 29-09-2010 a las 10:04 +0200, Stefano Zacchiroli
> > On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 10:39:13PM -0500, Fernando C.
> Estrada wrote:
> > > I like the idea, currently I'm in the Shapado instance for
> Debian 
> > > but unfortunately has not had the expected activity.
> > That's unsurprising, given that we haven't really advertised
> it in any
> > way. I've nothing against doing that myself, but I don't
> like the idea
> > of doing that for an instance we don't own. So, the first
> step is
> > checking if someone is willing to setup and administer a
> > instance within the Debian community. In the beginning, that
> can easily
> > be setup as "shapado.debian.net".
> > Are you interested Fernando? Anyone else?
> I want to collaborate but really I do not feel qualified to
> install and
> manage a Shapado instance, of course if someone install it
> I'll help as
> Just checking into it.. Looks like a very cool.. And it looks like
> setup is
> fairly straightforward http://browserthings.com/installing-shapado-on-debian-lenny/ Unfortunately I don't have the bandwidth to take on this as an ongoing responsibility, but I might be able to squeeze in some time to get an initial instance up and running. (Or help on that front).
> One thought, if no-one feels comfortable supporting it, we could reach
> out to the Shapado developers and see if they might be willing to help
> maintain an instance hosted on "Debian infrastructure".
That's a great idea, I sent two messages to the Shapado developers.
> On that side, if you need a place to park the instance, I would be
> willing to provide a suitable sized VM for that purpose. (Presuming it
> doesn't end up becoming the most popular site on the internet, in
> which case we'd have to find a new home). :)
Fernando C. Estrada