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Re: etherpad clone on debian.net


* Stefano Zacchiroli <zack@debian.org> [2010-10-11 16:13:30 CEST]:
> On Sun, Oct 10, 2010 at 09:29:02PM +0200, Michael Prokop wrote:
> > I'm also the owner of http://debian.titanpad.com/ and would be happy
> > to hand this private space over to you as well (or whoever should
> > receive it for the project).
> I guess the original request was about having a space, possibly Debian
> "branded", where to easily get public fire and forget pads, a-la
> paste.debian.net, but with the goodies of titanpad. Also, it would be
> nice if the URLs could stay under titanpad.debian.net, so that one might
> imagine moving away in the future without breaking URLs.
> I'm not sure which kind of tuning titanpad needs for that, but right now
> titanpad.d.n ends up on a screen requesting login (this, I guess, is
> because debian.titanpad.com is not configured yet). If you could do the
> needed tuning yourself, wearing your DD hat, that would be awesome.
> Otherwise we can just ask for volunteers as admins.

 debian.titanpad is configured - these sub-pads are meant as private
areas and require invites. Public fire&forget pads are only served by
titanpad.com itself, not a sub-domain of it.

 Hope that clears up the understanding a bit.
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