[jdev] Usefullness of JabberStudio ?

Ulrich Staudinger us at activestocks.de
Fri Jul 22 11:01:59 CDT 2005

Peter Saint-Andre wrote:

> Hal Rottenberg wrote:
>> I like doing it on jabber.org, personally.  As Peter said a bit ago:
>> -- 
>> The jabber.org website processes could definitely use improvement
>> especially for updating things like the software pages and server
>> listings. The software pages probably have the potential to be something
>> like Freshmeat (we have enough of that information in a database) but
>> the processes are currently lacking and I'm a bottleneck.
>> -- 
>> So...let's fix up jabber.org, make it serve as the freshmeat for us,
>> and keep js.o focused as it is for actual project management and
>> tools.
> We have this:
> http://www.jabber.org/software/
> All of those projects and products are in a database that I maintain. 
> Ideally, each project owner would maintain their own information 
> (either via a web interface or some kind of x:data/commands interface) 
> and we'd have an admin or two who would scour the web looking for 
> other projects to add and update. And we'd want to present the 
> information in a more useful fashion than simply these boring pages 
> that list the clients, servers, etc. Something Freshmeat-ish but with 
> less clutter.
> IMHO. :-)

I backen.

I have set up a quick wiki page on the topic: 

If no objections arise, i give this project a kick off.   

+1 / -1 ?


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