[Qt] Website

Christian Sciberras uuf6429 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 22 02:09:33 CET 2010

Jan Van hijfte,

Well, at east I've put the offer ;)
If you ever change your mind, let me know.

Kind regards,

On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 1:56 AM, Den Jean <Den.Jean at telenet.be> wrote:
> On Saturday 20 February 2010 13:43:40 Christian Sciberras wrote:
>> by enhancing the current website (or redesign actually).
> thnx for the compliment ;-)
>> Is the team interested in such a thing? I'm willing to offer a
>> considerable ammount of resources to host the site on my server
> I used to use Sourceforge, lots of resources, but I switched to
> this and gained in efficiency. The current solution serves me well,
> it is only meant to provide the releases. I admit the page is simplistic,
> but it is meant that way, there is nothing much to tell, only to offer
> the different downloads. Content is the focus, not the packaging.
> One page is fine and optimal for search engines.
> Anything else should not be on this site
>  * documentation should be in the fpc/lazarus wikis
>  * communication should be via the already available mailing list.
> So H/W resources are not a problem, verification of the releases
> and the documentation are far more important (human resources).
> E.g. if now release 2.1 will be used by lazarus svn,
> a lot of documentation needs to be changed and this
> has to be verified. Furthermore, my main platform is linux,
> so the other OSes could use some love too.
> Thnx for the offer, but the maintenance of the content of the
> existing wikis, readmes, should be the focus, not the infrastructure.
> but thank you again.
> kind regards,
> Den Jean (Jan Van hijfte)
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