[Listwork] [IMC-Tech] [Imc-communication] Resigning from tech work
ben at rocus.org
Sun Mar 4 17:28:05 PST 2012
Thank you so much for compiling this Alster. I've been lurking on these
lists for a while and would like to start stepping up to help out. The
doc was really helpful to me. I think there are a lot of big picture
things going on here, but for my part I think I'm going to just try to
find a bite-sized piece to attack and do my best at that.
Speaking of lurking. I've been on the listwork email list for a while,
but haven't done any actual work yet. How can I start? Is there
anything that needs to be done right now? Are there any lists needing
to be created? Is there a way I can be ready to step up when the next
request is made? Please advice.
On 2/29/12 5:41 PM, Alster wrote:
> On 29.02.2012 01:50 groente wrote:
>> well, before pulling any plugs, is there any clear picture of which
>> services are unmaintained, which of those are still actively used and
>> how people can contribute to keep these alive?
> I've started to sum things up a little over here:
> Please add to this page, complete information, correct my and others'
> I've tried to setup write access for any local indymedia groups i could
> find on we.riseup.net (I think this means their members inherit the
> write permission), but many of you will not be a member of these local
> indymedia groups i added and can thus not edit this document. Please let
> me know you account names so I can add write permissions for you there.
> There doesn't seem to be a way to have public write access unfortunately
> (probably a spam prevention measure). I was thinking of using an
> Etherpad alternatively, but the Riseup one deletes content after 30 days
> without use and other store IP addresses. So this is a compromise. Other
> suggestions welcome.
>> i'd be happy to play server janitor here and there if that helps
>> keeping services critical to indymedia in the air.
> It sure could. There's lots of options to choose from. ;-)
>> to me it sounds like it's time for a bit of a cleanup and
> I could not agree more, and am happy to help with the cleanup part. The
> broken process will need to be reinitiated by someone else, if anyone is
> still interested in it, though. In the meantime it might be good to take
> down the newimc site at http://newimc.indymedia.org and to put a note up
> at http://lists.indymedia.org/imc-process about the state of things.
> imc-tech mailing list
> imc-tech at lists.indymedia.org
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