ZoneEdit's import is broken, but zope.org zone is imported into their database.
Who wants to run a slave?
On 9/26/06, Martijn Faassen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 9/26/06, Martijn Faassen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I'm glad to be the lead, and I'm glad for either of the other guys to
> be the lead. ;d
You're the only one volunteering for this right now, as far as I can
see, so if you think you and Jens can get along after this DNS
initiation rite or whatever you two were having just now, you're now the
official lead. :) Great, thanks!
> Whoever you decide to nag, I think the three of us can hammer this out.
Excellent. By the way, are you a Zope Foundation member in any way? I'm
not sure whether it matters at this stage, just checking.
>> * A plan of action worked out between the three of you. I basically need
>> to know what needs to be done bureaucratically from the side of Zope
>> Corporation and the Foundation to get this arranged. I'll leave the
>> actual work to you all - I intend to only be there when stuff needs to
>> be expedited somehow.
> Okay. We will need:
> * A copy of the existing zope.org zone files
> * Cooperation from [EMAIL PROTECTED] to change the NS record pointers
> * A list of people who need access in ZoneEdit
I will contact Rob and try to get the ball rolling. I'll pass it back to
you guys as soon as possible.
Justizin, Independent Interactivity Architect
ACM SIGGRAPH SysMgr, Reporter
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