could you say the amount money it costs to keep the project's web online (and other non free aspects) for a year (hosting & domain name and more) ?
I would agree to donate a little for that.
Julian Bäume escribió:
> As of September of this year, KTechlab.org and the
>> associated wiki will cease to be funded my myself, and will go off-line.
> Ok, but could you please send a dump of the database, just to be sure the wiki
> data won't be lost again? Please tell me, if I can give you an ftp account or
> something similar.
Julian, I could afford a hosting if you wish. I'm not with time right
now (also with some
projects but I think this project should live and that it has a big future).
>> The SF repository will remain on-line, and I hope that someone will take
>> over and re-establish and advance this project. While I cannot remain
>> actively involved in the project, I will be more than willing to help
>> anyone who feels that they can take over the project.
> I don't think, I am a good maintainer. I'm just willing to hack on ktechlab.
> Till now I didn't change my mind and I've still got plans to see ktechleb
> based on kde4 techniques in the future. At the moment I'm playing around with
> kde4 programming stuff and collecting some experience with all that new
> things. As so often, there's lot of other things to do for me and I'm sad to
> have not enough spare time to put some work into ktechlab.
I could help translating the wiki to spanish with José Luis Galvez Lopez
help (he offered
to do that too). I could also encourage other users to start using it.
The first step is to move
them to a linux distribution. This can be a tough point, mostly due to
ignorance rather than
something else Many of them think that linux is only for hackers, or
I'm trying to change that with some mini-tutorials on using Kubuntu or
another KDE based
>> With regrets, and hoping that someone can rescue this project,
> Well, I think the commutity can and will do it.
I'm here to help, with not much free time but with a big willing to help.
Lucas and Julian, fell free to contact me in private if you wish.
Mauricio Giovagnini (Maunix)
Sitio Web: www.maunix.com.ar
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