OK, I am going to reply to a bunch of the emails on this thread...
(from yet another lurking Webware fanantic)
1) Great logo at http://www.alphamotion.com/jacob_hanson-logo_03.gif
2) Go Debian, boo RedHat
3) Wonky is better than loss of momentum
4) Gentoo ebuild... PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5) Webware4Python is nice *but* I think, too long
6) Site should be on Python at a minimum
7) OK, I relent -- WebwareForPython!
8) pyNuke? go for it guy!
-rdg aka TacticalJack
On Fri, 2004-04-02 at 12:36, Shane McChesney wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-04-02 at 13:14, Jason Hildebrand wrote:
> > Hosting
> > -------
> > Shane McChesney made a generous offer to pay for a virtual server from
> > tummy.com for two years. Shane, does this offer still stand? If so, I
> > think we should go ahead with it. I'd be happy to configure the server and
> > set up access for those who will need it.
> No, you were too slow. :) Just kidding... you know, my wife doesn't find
> me funny either.
> I'll sign things up with Tummy this weekend and send you the details --
> unless I see any vociferous objections on this list in the next 12 hours
> or so.
> One thing I should have mentioned when I made the offer is that Tummy
> would appreciate a small "Hosted by Tummy" image and link if that's okay
> with you.
> I don't need any sponsored by Wesearch links or anything, unless having
> a sponsors page would help the project look widely supported... I'm sure
> I or my staff will be posting plenty of questions to the list later this
> year, the usual community help will be reward enough.
> I'll request Debian over Red Hat, if that is in fact still an option
> with Tummy's VMs... and unless someone objects here.
> > Domain
> > ------
> > I would be happy to register a domain for the project for at least 2 years.
> > Unfortunately, it appears the squatter currently holding webware.org decided
> > to renew it for another year. *sigh*
> > Here are some domains which are available:
> > webware-project.org
> > webware-python.org
> > webware-toolkit.org
> > Any thoughts?
> What about webware4python.org? It's also available in .com, .net, .ca,
> .info, .biz, .us ...
> Whatever the name, take solace that a Google search for webware returns
> the current project page as the first hit, so people will find the new
> page easily enough via the old one.
> - Shane McChesney
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