Hi Chris, publicity team,|
On 2011-01-29 23:45, Paul Wise wrote:
Hi Chris, -publicity, I recently noticed that the debian-timeline package, times.debian.net and the git repository haven't received any updates in a while. I was thinking that it might be a good idea to transfer maintenance of this to the Debian publicity team. Do you have any thoughts on this?
the last edition of Debian Project News mentioned debian-timeline, which prompted me to look at it. The timeline is nice. But:
When I noticed 2, I thought a collaboration between Chris and the
publicity team would be great, and prepared to propose that until
I searched the web and realized that was precisely proposed by
Paul Wise almost a year ago. Chris, did you miss this thread :-?
The timeline currently has:
Email corrections and additions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I for one have a very low trust in requests to write to private
mailboxes (and still low trust when these are debian.org
mailboxes). I recommend to request proposals via the ITS instead.
Also, this kind of request may give a reader running stable the
impression that he's looking at the latest version. By the way, if
we have timeline.debian.net, it seems the debian-timeline package
could link to it to offer an up-to-date version.
As for point 1, perhaps a first step would be to move
timeline.debian.net to debian.org? Or ask the web team where the
timeline could fit. I see a link to our history document from