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Patrick Shirkey wrote:
I'm sorry if it came across like that. maybe you were mixing up issues:
lowlatency is a single page on a dedicated web-server - a bit overkill,
Some of the content in quicktoots is certainly out-of-date. Old ardour
manuals get a higher search-engine ranking as new ones. Still, "There
are a lot of hidden resources there!" which we must not neglect.
In the long run I think that deleting them is better than keeping them
as is. However we can also see to update or migrate them:
fi. linking some of the quicktoots on a page with tutorials from LACs,
make them available as PDF and HTML etc.
> Hence I offered to remove them from the mix and host them on my
I can add the redirects but I won't do anything without consent.
If you don't mind just leave it as is. I'll need a few days to come up
with a proposal for lau/quicktoots but I wouldn't mind to introduce you
to the wiki, drupal or hear suggestions what linuxaudio.org could do
with the lau domain in your opinion.
IMO quicktoots is a very 90's webdesign; but I won't be able to do any
better anytime soon. My idea is to revisit the issue after we've decided
on a general interaction-design and style for linuxaudio.org
Meanwhile you could fix the dead-links on lau.linuxaudio.org to
linuxdoc.org in the "Before you start" section. and add a
http://htmlhelp.com/tools/validator/doctype.html to lau and quicktoots.
let's follow the road of many small changes.
> If that is what you are suggesting then I think it would be easier if I
unless we move LAU over to djcj we'll have to worry about
lau.linuxaudio.org either way.
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