ppatters at nit.ca
Wed Jul 20 01:39:24 EEST 2005
Funny that you should mention this - how many of the interested DConf people
are at DesktopCon/OLS at the moment? Simon Law and I just did a presentation
on DConf here at DesktopCon, and some of the goals, aspirations, and ideas on
why UniConf addresses a number of the concerns that people have concerning
We're going to be at the DesktopCon closing party tonight (and probably later
on at the OLS opening party), and Simon is here all week if anyone missed the
talk, and wanted to find out more. On the subject of Philip's planned
meeting, perhaps, if enough interested people are around, we can do a
combined face to face/online meeting?
Simon will be posting the paper on which we based our talk shortly to
http://open.nit.ca - I believe he'll post here once he's done that.
On Tuesday 19 July 2005 18:29, Philip Van Hoof wrote:
> Tomorrow we will do our second online meeting about DConf. You can ask
> me or any of the developers which are listed on the wiki-page for more
> details (like the time, location and the subjects that will be
> You can read the log of our first meeting here:
> We aren't publicising the meeting-details here simply because we don't
> need "over my dead body"-people showing up at our meetings. You can ask
> for the details and yes, every serious individual is hereby invited.
> Some sources of information about DConf (these locations will change in
> a near future) and are work-in-progress (read the log).
> ps. No we didn't publicise the first meeting (here) until now. If you
> think we didn't because we wanted to stay healthy, you guessed right.
> ps. We are very interested in talking with KDE, GNOME, Mozilla and
> OpenOffice.org developers who are interested in desktop configuration
> management and/or have concerns.
> ps. If you have questions about the architectural designs or the current
> concept: please ask them at the meeting. We will not discuss it here.
> ps. This ain't a promise about "DConf". We are doing our second meeting
> and yes, getting started will take some time. It's silly to already
> speculate about an estimated project completion date. I always answer:
> in ten years it'll be finished. Is that a good answer?
> ps. Please don't reply to the list. We don't need nor want yet another
> flame-war about DConf here.
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