Ken Guest wrote:
>Looking at things from both sides of the argument, yes there's already sites
>pertinent to what Kae's suggesting so doing it may be a bit on the redundant
>side. I agree with Kae though that it would be good to see an Irish webdev
>community, so gee maybe go with webdev.linux.ie - 'specially where you can meet
>up with everyone concerned and perhaps have BOFs etc.
well, I have http://lamp.verens.com/ up and running already, so it might
not hurt to just set up the DNS pointers, announce it on the main ILUG
list, and see how it goes.
webdev.linux.ie does sound more generic. I specifically chose "lamp."
because it's the main method of deploying a web server, but "webdev."
opens it up to client-side items such as discussion of various W3 techs
such as CSS and HTML (as if there's anything more to discuss with
I had intended it to be a server-side discussion board, but I guess - as
long as it's vaguely Linux related - why not?
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