Firstly, as a quiet observer of this list I'd like to share my concern for the future of this project in the hope of increasing the apparent size of the list's readership. I don't know how many people are on this list, but I suspect there are quite a few others in the same situation as me.
OSS is inherently globally distributed which offers a fantastic opportunity for talented people with similar interests to collaborate. At the same time it could be very beneficial for the project if collaborators were actually able to meet in person. We are social animals and in my professional experience with off-shore offices and outsourcing, the productivity of the distributed working relationship is greatly improved once the people involve meet face-to-face. Depending upon where contributors are located, regional meet ups might be possible. Perhaps we could enhance the wiki area for this...
Anyway, to the real purpose of this email.
I visited ktechlab.org just now and noticed that the "Get Involved" and "About" links point to pages with the text: TODO
Holding pages like these make the project look immature and abandoned which is not the image I'd like to see accompany such a promising project, especially at such a critical time.
Let's do everything we can to encourage potential new contributors to join this project.
Long Live KTechLab!