[CentOS] [offtopic] idea status.net
lostson at lostsonsvault.org
Thu Oct 8 16:42:47 UTC 2009
I was sitting here thinking about things and I came up with an idea
that sounded, at least in my head, like a good one. There has been a
boom in things like twitter and brainbird and social networking setups
in general. I was wondering if the project or anyone would be interested
in setting up a status.net server specifically for the CentOS project ?
Why? you ask, well here are some of my reasons.
1) a central hub for all things centos, updates, wiki updates
various messages from the dev team and whatever else
2) We could create groups much like in irc centos, social, devs, and
3) another outlet to get questions answered besides forums
mailing lists or irc.
4) Quick collaboration between parties interested in CentOS
Some other questions would be
Where could we get this hosted ?
What would we call it ? (centosuniverse - lame but hey)
Would this be viable for the CentOS project ?
I have noticed with brainbird you can go over the 140 character limit
which may also be a good idea 140 can limit you in some ways. I also
thought this would be a good way to create a community outlet. It is
after all easier to post a quick 140 char message about what is going on
than to compose a whole email or forum post. I've seen several websites
and communities starting to use this as a outlet for their projects.
So the ultimate question is (poor HHG2G reference there) - Would this
work and would it be wise to persue this option ? I would volunteer to
do the leg work to get things going and help anywhere I can of course.
But would others like to collaborate on this as well ?
Here is a link to Status.net
For further reading on the subject of the server side of it anyway.
CentOS - it's not just for servers ya know...
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