On Fr, 02 Mär 2018, Bram Moolenaar wrote:
> Well, vim.org is down again. We have had direct responses from
> SourceForge, thus it's not like they don't care. They try hard to make
> it work, but it still doesn't.
> I think it is time we seriously look into the alternative: moving to
> osdn.net. I would like to have two volunteers who take the current
> website and make it work on OSDN. Then we can check that it actually
> works there.
> The website looks old (it is old), but let's not try to redesign it at
> the same time, since that will take an unknown amount of time. Thus it
> would mean taking the existing PHP code, setup the database, and
> whatever else is needed to configure it.
> Skills required:
> - Experience with PHP and MySQL stuff.
> - Have time available now (and preferably later for maintenance).
> - Trustworthy, be responsible with users private data.
> I would prefer at least person we know well from Vim work.
> Please respond to this thread if you are interested.
Nobody responded yet, so let me offer my time.
I haven't worked with php and mysql for a couple of years, but I think I
should be able to get it work. I should be able to spend some time in
the evenings for this.
Wenn man über 60 ist und es tut einem früh beim Aufwachen nichts weh,
dann ist man tot.
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