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[Savannah-hackers] Re: [ 102210 ] phpGroupWare website move to GNU serve

From: Dave Hall
Subject: [Savannah-hackers] Re: [ 102210 ] phpGroupWare website move to GNU servers
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 20:58:55 +1000

Hi Mathieu (and others),

Thanks for the fast response.

I have a couple more comments that I forgot earlier.  It is my
understanding that all phpgroupware.* and phpgw.* domains current held
by Dan will be transfered to the FSF - but they will all be aliases for
the time being.  Also I have no great attachment to mysql, phpgw does
support pgsql and ldap, having those available would also be useful -
even though I personally am not compotent enough to admin those
services, the project has the skills.

The agreement that has been reached within the phpGW project is that if
at all possible all domains and the primary website be hosted by the
FSF. I hope we can sort this out.



Mathieu Roy <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi,
> Dan Kuykendall told us:
>        We are going to move the domain to the
>        GNU servers. I need to know how to go about this in
>        order to have the domain hosted and I will need mysql
>        and PHP support. From what I understand from Brad Kuhn,
>        we should set this up something like dotgnu has done.
> and Dave Hall added:
>        From discussions I had with Norbet (aka nb), a chroot'd jail
>        would probably suit the needs of phpGW better. 
>        Occassionally we need to restart services, upgrade software
>        etc.  In order to do this root access is really required. 
>        As we have several people who will be responsible for
>        maintaining the website, we feel all these people should
>        have root access, which would be problematic on a shared host.
> I would like to add:
>        According to the current load of the Savannah server and to
>        the (justified) desires of the phpgroupware people, I do not
>        think it would be wise to do the migration on
>, aka 
>        I do not know if it was planned this way, but as said Dave
>        Hall, a shared host for two distinct project may be
>        problematic in many ways.
> So I forward the Dan and Dave message to system-hackers that surely
> knows more about that, that will provide more accurate information.
> Regards,
> -- 
> Mathieu Roy
>  Homepage:
>  Not a native english speaker: 

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