Legacy wiki -- statement?

Jeff Sheltren sheltren at cs.ucsb.edu
Mon Dec 11 23:31:11 UTC 2006

On Dec 11, 2006, at 5:16 PM, Eric Rostetter wrote:

> Quoting Axel Thimm <Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net>:
>> The longer we wait the more it will look like a failure. Better be
>> active and tell the users that we're working on something than  
>> letting
>> them find out by themselves by being bitten.
> That is what I was proposing.  But it seems to have been met by
> silence.  And I still have no idea myself what is going on.
>> We can't and shouldn't announce anything on core/extra's behalf, we
>> just need to say that the current model is being reorganized and  
>> while
>> doing so distributions X, Y, Z have effectively fallen out of
>> maintenance.
>> --
>> Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net
> Sounds good.  Someone who has edit rights should post something on the
> wiki, and others can then edit it or correct it or what ever...
> Due to the silence, I guess someone should just take this one and
> get the ball rolling...
> If _no one_ will step up to do it, I can do it by request, but since
> I have little actual understanding of what people want or where the
> project is allegedly going, I'm probably not the best person to do it.

I agree, and I've changed the Legacy page on the wiki.  If someone  
can think of a better way to put it, please let me know.


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