andre at andregarzia.com
Wed Sep 15 09:55:35 EDT 2010
I have revwebhost.com :-)
(now that was me being psychic, I registered that before the announcement of
RevWeb and On-Rev)
As for revPlanets... I have wecode.org/planet that tracks Revolution
keywords on twitter and also some interesting blog feeds.
On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 9:09 AM, David Bovill <david at vaudevillecourt.tv>wrote:
> Hee, hee - and I've got revtalk.org - was for a community owned project.
> Lets see in RunRev get hold of any of the "live" domains - but I'd be up
> pooling these and taking forwards the community owned independent open
> source project...
> On 15 September 2010 11:42, Robert Mann <rman at free.fr> wrote:
> > I got this domain name last year and will not make any use of it. So i
> > wondered what could be done with it?? Any idea?
> > ?? if runrev wants it.. i'll gladly transfer to them..
> > ?? but could also be an opportunity to have a kind of common place,
> > of a kind one does not know yet, sand box where various people could try
> > out
> > different approaches to better share experiences & knowledge.. !!??
> > ?? could runrev provide a free common on-rev space, where a bunch of
> > volunteers could put up some perhaps more innovative collaborative
> > Concentrate ressources (like the tentative to gather all plugins on a
> > the revPlanets etc : each of these ressources would gain from being
> > assembled, feeding a single rss feed) and provide a revServer kind of
> > showroom ??
> > well food for thoughts...
> This has come up time and time again over the last 10 years, but RunRev
> yet to understand how to capitalise on this desire on behalf of the
> community. They keep taking it "in-house" spending money on it and getting
> very poor results - as can be seen by the user contributed notes, or the
> various forums scattered around the place.
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