[PGCanada] Introducing... Vasa
jenzed at gmail.com
Mon Jul 11 13:59:39 PDT 2005
Well, actually, there has been a little progress: we have donated web
space staged with the Gutenberg software distribution and a PostgreSQL
back-end. I didn't announce it on the list because there's still
considerable setup and configuration to be done, so there's nothing
yet to "see", but the back-end is close to ready.
I've had to put Gutenberg on the back burner due to professional
commitments, and won't be able to devote significant time to the
project until September. However, I'd be happy to pass the baton along
if someone would be willing to take on the final setup and
configuration of the site
On 7/11/05, Andrew Sly <sly at victoria.tc.ca> wrote:
> Yes indeed.
> That one simple word has a few questions implied.
> Here are some answers as I understand them:
> 1) Yes, this list has been very quiet for a while.
> 2) No, I am not aware of any great efforts towards
> a PG Canada lately.
> 3) I believe some people still have interest
> and are ready to "come on board" once something
> is actually in place that can be contributed to.
> 4) Yes, I do still think it is worth pursuing.
> Does that help?
> On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Wallace J.McLean wrote:
> > hello?
> Project Gutenberg of Canada
> Website: http://www.projectgutenberg.ca/
> List: pgcanada at lists.pglaf.org
> Archives: http://lists.pglaf.org/private.cgi/pgcanada/
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