Jacky Alcine jackyalcine at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 07:58:48 GMT 2018

On Tuesday, 27 November 2018 22:32:40 PST Luca Beltrame wrote:
> Il giorno Tue, 27 Nov 2018 14:25:06 -0200
> Lays Rodrigues <lays.rodrigues at kde.org> ha scritto:
> > As a ~new person~ on KDE, 3 years only, we need to move to a modern
> > web. At least in my point of view, I really think that using old
> Then someone needs to do it: as you are well aware, that's how most of
> the stuff in KDE is born. And I do not only mean the actual setup +
> deployment, but have someone willing to "commit" to it (quotes because
> even the forum was relatively low maintenance when we still had people
> working on it - if it's continuous, the burden is not so heavy).
> > community forward. If we have old stuff that is hard to maintain, and
> > it is outdated, we should move forward.
> Replacing one solution (unmaintained) with another than then it's
> forgotten because "it works" would not be an improvement. IOW, it would
> make little sense to update to $new_platform if then there's no one
> maintaining it.

With this said, it still requires things like blessings from whomever controls 
domain name access and updating links to push people to use it.

Jacky Alcine

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Blog: https://jacky.wtf/weblog/
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