justin.swain at gmail.com
Fri Aug 10 05:21:07 EDT 2007
I applaud John Warren's action to implement an environment that our local
Linux Users Group(s) members may establish Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
and contribute comments relative to individual SIGs. In the process of
establishing a SIG discussion and thought should be given to a definition
for content and contribution to the SIG.
John Warren wrote:
I've setup some infrastructure to make it easy for people to run the various
special interest groups. Each SIG gets it's own autonomous blog (separate
Database and administrator) built on the Wordpress framework.
Thank you John Warren for leading us to a new path in LUG communications.
Justin Robert Swain,
Videographer, producer who uses and advocates use of Unix, Linux, OSS, BDS,
Unix and GPL for cost effectiveness, reliability and support.
On 8/9/07, Angelo Bertolli <angelo at freeshell.org> wrote:
> John Warren wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I've setup some infrastructure to make it easy for people to run the
> > various special interest groups. Each SIG gets it's own autonomous
> > blog (separate Database and administrator) built on the Wordpress
> > framework.
> Might be easier to maintain if you use WordPress MU. At least, I like
> only having to upgrade one instance. ;)
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