Definitely. i had no idea the subdomain got it's own server. That should
Robin Gareus wrote:
I don't think it matters where the page is hosted but I don't really
have the inclination to submit it for approval at the official howto
site. If someone wanted to take that on it would probably be accepted
with some changes. I prefer not to have to deal with the bureaucracy.
> Some of the content in quicktoots is certainly out-of-date. Old ardour
> In the long run I think that deleting them is better than keeping them
> However we can also see to update or migrate them:
> IMO quicktoots is a very 90's webdesign; but I won't be able to do any
> unless we move LAU over to djcj we'll have to worry about
Ok, So it's just the low latency howto that is taking up space from a
technical pov and not literally as a waste of time having it online.
Personally I don't mind the lao portal having different themes for the
different sub domains. I think it reflects that there are many different
personalities involved in the community. I think giving lau the same
theme as the other domains is kind of bland. However we should have a
more consistent thread woven into the templates to reflect that there
are some common goals we all share in a general inclusive kind of way.
Maybe it's time to have another competition to design a template or at
least ask for some ideas from the community for viual representation of
I'll start a new thread on lau to this affect.
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