I think we should just have dqsd.sourceforge.net as the main page - we can see
if Dave will redirect dqsd.net back to dqsd.sourceforge.net. I changed the
home page to dqsd.sourceforge.net, uploaded the files in dqsdweb to the htdocs
for dqsd project and it seems to work. Note, I have not tried every page and
every link - also you'll have to clear your browser cache as the old index page
on the dqsd htdocs site redirects to dqsd.net
I can easily change it back to the way it was but that way wasn't working and I
like the idea of having the dsqdweb files hosted on sourceforge so that all the
admins can mess with it and avoid the problems we're currently experiencing.
From: Kim Gräsman <kim.gras...@gmail.com>
To: tom.corco...@moonbade.com; DQSD users mailing list
Sent: Tue, March 2, 2010 3:14:56 AM
Subject: Re: [DQSD-Users] dqsd.net webmaster?
I think the most pressing concern is that we seem to have lost control of
dqsd.net -- updates aren't bubbling through as they should, and we don't know
who has access to the host.
- There is a wiki (now defunct, apparently, I can't get to the pages) for
developers at SourceForge. Would a user-facing wiki be valuable?
- Feature requests can be made at SourceForge. I agree it's not as appealing as
the link you posted.
My life is busy with two small children, and I don't have all that much time to
develop DQSD, but I'd love to see it grow, too. :)
If we could get the infrastructural problems sorted, maybe we could kickstart
development again, starting with a proper 4.1 release, and then look into the
various issues we have?
On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 01:36, Tom Corcoran <tom.corco...@moonbade.com> wrote:
>>I did not need another sign to know DQSD was in trouble but no response
>to my post shows that. We need to do something to keep dqsd alive, the
>reality is it's slowly dying even though many of us still use it daily.
>>There are problems which need to be addressed, such as the load time
>when a new google is done, which is often a lot slower that doing a
>search in the google bar in the open browser. I still get the startup
>IE error. Shawn has suggested other things in the past which would
>improve things: http://bit.ly/shawndqsd and http://bit.ly/shawnxml
>>Some other ideas to continue the brainstorming:
>> - turn dqsd.net into a wiki
>> - add a proposed new feature
>section (such as linking one "search" to different a browser, floating
>toolbar, Logins with authentication code, etc) and let
>people vote like on http://digsbies.org/site/wishlist
>> - add a blog
>>Lots of people out there work on open source software, dqsd needs more
>exposure to get more users for that to happen. We can start that by
>linking up the buzz we already have, e.g. adding links to posts such as
>David Blume's http://dblume.livejournal.com/65402.html
>>-------- Original Message --------
>Subject: dqsd.net webmaster?
>Date: Wed, 24 Feb 2010 23:22:21 +0000
>From: Tom Corcoran <tom.corco...@moonbade.com>
>To: DQSD <email@example.com>
>Does anyone know who runs/has control over dqsd.net? Is the domain still
>I am wondering as I would like to make a change on the
>http://www.dqsd.net/contrib/ since a domain of mine listed there has
>changed and will be expired in less than 30 days.
>I am not a member of the -devel list so am just emailing this user list.
>Maybe the access could be opened up and we could update the site?
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