[typo] Typo is getting poor!
phil at cryer.us
Fri Jun 16 10:11:41 EDT 2006
Right on Tim, let me know when you're ready for them and I'll cut them down to small screenshot and archive. From there I'll post the 'orphans' to the list and see if we can retrieve some lost themes.
On Thu, 15 Jun 2006 18:14:17 -0500, Timothy Freund <tim at digital-achievement.com> wrote:
> Exactly -- this is a great opportunity to make the existing community
> stronger which will then enable the community to grow.
> I'm going to start working on organizing the themes on Friday evening as
> I laid out in my message last night. Phil has been kind enough to share
> with me what he has already collected. I'll send updates to the list as
> I make progress.
> Syed Uzair Aqeel wrote:
>>>would be great, for example, however. Typo has a future, it just needs
>>>a steward and a vessel to get there.
>> Surely this is the problem -- we've lost our stewards! Piers and Scott
>> busy with work, and that's left Typo head-less.
>> The consensus on this thread seems to be that we need to kickstart the
>> community; the way to do that is to find out who owns/runs
>> and convince them to give two or three trusted long-time members of the
>> community admin access.
>> As far as documentation goes, the Trac on typosphere.org should be
> opened up
>> to contributions from the community. I know that's effectively what
>> typoforums.org offers, but wikis are more intuitive to navigate (and
>> putting documentation/howtos on threaded forums is equivalent to burying
>> Typo-list mailing list
>> Typo-list at rubyforge.org
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