Does anybody know what happened or is happening with GNA? Might it be coming back?
Apparently it went away quite a while ago, and it's not coming back. Is anybody still using mu-conference? (I'm not personally, but do know of one significant-size installation.) No one spoke up. Is there a better way to do chatrooms with jabberd2? No insight... Is anyone interested in continuing to maintain mu-conference? No one spoke up. I am sort of inclined to create a project on gitlab (because it seems too much work to ask for nongnu.savannah.org, both for me and for the FSF staff, and I don't see that FSF hosting mu-conference advances the goals of Free Software enough to be worth their resources). Encouragement? Objections? Given the total silence, I have decided not to do anything about mu-conference. I have removed the pkgsrc package (because there is not functioning upstream and the last release is old).
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