----- "Martijn Faassen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi there,
> On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 8:30 AM, Baiju M <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> [snip]
> >  Our company (ZeOmega) is willing to volunteer to do this work.
> >  Jeff Rush, who presented a tutorial about Buildout in last PyCon
> >  will be helping us to create this site [1].
> Great! [we already had some private communication about this]
> >  I think it is better not to associate Buildout with zope.org
> domain.
> >  So, either we can create a new domain www.buildout.org
> >  or if you all agree a subdomain of python.org :
> buildout.python.org
> I don't think python.org will be handing out subdomains, so I think
> we
> can forget about that.
> I'm fine with a domain name like buildout.org, and if the price is
> reasonable, I'm sure the Foundation can be approached for paying for
> it. We would like at least some reference back to "Zope" on it, but
> that's about it.
> >  I hope we can use ZF's server infrastructure for hosting,
> >  otherwise we can also provide it.
> All right, for the server infrastructure, Jens is setting it up. If
> you want a website set up, you'll have to follow his guidelines, as
> he
> wants to manage it carefully. Alternatively if it's more efficient
> for
> you, I don't think there's an objection to you hosting it, with the
> provision we'd like to reserve the right to be able to move it to the
> Foundation's hosting infrastructure at some point.

OK, we decided to go ahead with this work.  And we will be using
a subdomain of zope.org and it will be hosted using ZF server
infrastructure.  I will contact Jens once content and site is ready.

Baiju M

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