Colm Buckley wrote:
> On 22 May 2005, at 18:20, Rory Browne wrote:
>>> We're not bickering. We're debating. I'd have little confidence in the
>> project if we all shut up, and didn't discuss, and examine any issues
>> we had before putting the thing online.
>>>> Having that said, I think we need to do this debating a little quicker.
>>> I shall do some work on this tomorrow. Expect motion soon.
>Thank you Colm.
For me, I also agree with Rory it's not bickering, it's a discussion.
Our/my initial plan was to first get a static page and mailing list up
which could then become the Scoil Linux project in itself to make it's
own decisions! Unfortunately, along the way things fell through the
cracks so it still isn't up. This discussion on how to control the
Scoil Linux content was one I foresaw as one of the first discussions on
the scoil list, but a few of the people I would hope would be
participating in that discussion have started it here instead.
That plan still stands (afaic), but it seems clear that people
interested in this would like a wiki to collaborate in, so we should set
one up, whether it is on the linux.ie server or not, and whether or not
it is the actual site for the Scoil Linux project or "just" the/a
collaborative area for developing new content.
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