[Xesam] oscaf/xesam ontology merge: who is going to maintain/edit what?
phreedom.stdin at gmail.com
Wed Jun 10 22:25:43 PDT 2009
On 11 июня 2009 08:19:09 Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen wrote:
> 2009/6/10 Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen <mikkel.kamstrup at gmail.com>:
> > 2009/6/10 Sebastian Trüg <strueg at mandriva.com>:
> >> On Tuesday 09 June 2009 20:59:28 Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen wrote:
> >>> As I was the one to take the "fight" with us getting Xesam up on
> >>> feedesktop.org back in the days, I should probably say something about
> >>> this...
> >>> I don't think we should use the FDO infrastructure because of three
> >>> things: 1) High barrier to entry for non-experts, 2) Extremely slow
> >>> response time from sysadmins, 3) Very little flexibility.
> >>> So we need a system that is the opposite of these three points. I
> >>> think a combination of SF + an external we-own-it shell+web server is
> >>> what we need.
> >>> So what I propose:
> >>> SF:
> >>> svn
> >>> trac
> >>> Own server (under xesam.org or oscaf.org, I am indifferent where we
> >>> mount it): Moin wiki
> >>> SSH shell server
> >>> Web server with public compiled ontologies (and possibly other stuff)
> >>> Then there is the mailing list... I really don't care much here.
> >> This sounds perfect to me. I would even suggest to use
> >> www.semanticdesktop.org instead of xesam.org since that is the namespace
> >> of the ontologies anyway. + the tools are already in place there.
> > Sounds sane - who owns semanticdesktop.org? Whois says Stefan Decker
> > of deri.org...
> > Is it a hosting solution where we can create shell accounts for the
> > involved maintainers?
> For those of you not following xdg at freedesktop.org - Aaron Seigo is
> trying to rally people to use gitorious.org for spec hosting... Maybe
> we should proactive and support his idea?
> Aaron says:
> "...today i moved the embryonic git repository for xdg specifications to
> it is owned by a team called "xdg-specs"
> A git repo is easy to move if we ever want that.
Actually it's too easy to not move it once in a while :)
Would be cool to also have integration with the issue tracker though.
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