[Red5] RED5.org - Site tree definition - software suggestions
grant at bluetube.com
Wed Sep 21 11:09:50 PDT 2005
hey luke, kinda suprised you dont like forums, I actually prefer them over mailing lists, I find email harder to manage, do you have an specifics as to why you don't like forums or is it just a personal taste thing ?
----- Original Message -----
From: Luke Hubbard (luke at codegent.com) king.selassie at gmail.com
To: Red5 at osflash.org
Sent: 9/21/05 10:34 AM
Subject: Re: [Red5] RED5.org - Site tree definition - software suggestions
> I must say im not a fan of forums, much prefer gmail (has good search too).
> I dont see what is wrong with a mailing list we have.
> We can use the osflash wiki for quick docs, or use trac (which is setup
> already) for wiki / roadmap / milestone / bugs /etc.
> Plus have a semi static project site on red5.org which has
> overview, release downloads, docs, contact, links to wiki, etc.
> Just my 2 baht -- luke
> On 21 Sep 2005 14:16:21 -0000, grant at bluetube.com
> > Either a wiki or a forum where we can discuss/track bugs etc...
> > probably a developers forum and a later a users forum...
> > Recently Nhibernate (a open source ORM tool) went from mailing list to
> > forum and its a lot better, has searching capabilities etc... its also
> > easier tot track, even now with the relatively small amount of verbage we
> > have generated I keep trying to remember which email had some info about AMF
> > and strange bytes and forget who posted it, if we were forum based we could
> > search easier, right now I'm using the google desktop search to try and keep
> > track of it :)
> > Grant
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: John Grden neoriley at gmail.com
> > To: red5 at osflash.org
> > Sent: 9/21/05 10:12 AM
> > Subject: [Red5] RED5.org - Site tree definition - software suggestions
> > > Ok, Chris and I got together to talk about the website technologies we
> > might
> > > use for Red5.org . We quickly realized we had skipped
> > step
> > > #1 in site definition ;)
> > >
> > > So, we put together a list of what needs to be on the site.
> > >
> > > Based on this list of sections for the site, we'd love to hear
> > suggestions
> > > on site software based on these needs. If you suggested something
> > already,
> > > and you think it's still relevent to handle this type of site, please
> > state
> > > it again here in this thread so we can keep track
> > >
> > > Thanks for all your help!
> > >
> > > What is Red5?/Capabilities/specs/codecs etc
> > > Red 5 Team - Who's who section with roles and breif descriptions.
> > > Help Wanted section - A list of skills that we are currently missing on
> > the
> > > team
> > > Resources - A list of the technologies we are using and links to
> > > Additional resources (People we need for Red5 development for new
> > > features/codecs etc)
> > > About
> > > Contact (project Managers)
> > > Downloads/Repository
> > > Help/FAQ
> > > Tutorials
> > > Demo
> > > "I wanna help" form (what they're experienced in, how they want/could
> > help)
> > >
> > > --
> > > John Grden - Blitz
> > >
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