Am 17.05.2012 um 15:52 schrieb Joerg Reisenweber:

> Do  17. Mai 2012
>> So I suggest to everyone on this mailing list to give an
>> indication like this:
> FIRST: look at my mail addr! Guess where it's hosted.

Yes, I know. But there are estimatedly 100k other addresses to host a (private)

And, how many people are using this service? I doubt that there are more than 

> SECOND: there's quite some stuff in /home/* and other places of several of 
> those servers, that's definitely not meant to go public. There are internal 
> ML, datasheets and even sources under NDA, whatnot.

IMHO, that should be moved to openmoko.com if it is owned by Openmoko, Inc.

> I don't like this to get handed out to random admin folks. Sean as well will 

I 150% agree for sensible information. Nobody would trust us any more
if that happens.

> rise objections (if he's aware of the problem) [Sean, you know I always been 
> one of the most vivid proponents of disclosing *everything* to public, but 
> there are definitely both legal and privacy limitations in doing so here. 
> Harald's assumption that stuff is nicely separated on several vservers might 
> not hold true, e.g already passwords for wiki user accounts must not get 
> disclosed. I'm extremely sceptic about the direction this thing moves here]
> THIRD: svn.openmoko.org has been missing since weeks now, and that's where 
> the 

I am just wondering who is using the SVN? If not the community, who else?

> whole hassle started. So assuming we can solve the problem by shutting down 
> even more of the infra is the wrong angle to tackle the issue. Even if we 
> find 

It would simplify things if areas that nobody is using any more can be closed.

> ${WHATEVER}.openmoko.org is a service not actually used anymore, even if we 
> spot 80% of the ML being zombie state, we still need infra for the remaining 
> stuff that's evidently used. So no use in such a poll right now - distracting.

My observation (as a pure voluntary community member and not related at all
to Openmoko, Inc.) is that there isn't much being evidently used. But I don't
claim to know everything: therefore the poll is useful.


BTW: there is also git.openmoko.org which is up and running.

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