Mike King | 9 Dec 20:22 2003

[bsdadvocacy] linux world 2004 in NYC

Are there any plans to do anything at Linux World 2004.
Anthony Chavez | 9 Dec 00:09 2003

[bsdadvocacy] bsdevents.org

P.S.: If anyone wants to take over the bsdevents.org domain, they're
welcome to it.  Otherwise, I'm just going to let it expire.

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Joshua Steele | 8 Dec 23:50 2003

[bsdadvocacy] The future.....

 Domain Name: BSDADVOCACY.ORG
      Created on: 31-JAN-03
      Expires on: 01-FEB-04

Above is some of the whois data for the domain I registered for the project.  Its going to expire soon, as you
can plainly see, and I have sat back and seriously thought about my position, and future of the group.  I have
had disscussions with ACC about this same subject, and I think I have came to a conclusion.  Since its been
close to a year, without hardly any progress other than some organizational planning, I have decided its
time for me to head in a new direction.  The domain I will keep for my uses, and will keep registered, as I will
most likely find a purpose for it.  However, if the group decides to move on, then the domain will be
available when further progress is made.  As for my involvement, it will be very small, if none at all unless
I decide otherwise in the future.

This will probably be one of my last posts to the list, so I wish you all goodluck in your future endeavors.

Thanks,

Joshua
Anthony Chavez | 8 Dec 20:34 2003

[bsdadvocacy] progress and logins

Folks:

I hope to be able to crank out some more work on the project (or
resource, as it were) in the coming months.  The plan is to look at
Josef's recent suggestions and go from there.

On another note, those that have shell accounts on bsdadvocacy.org now
have their passwords *-ed out and will be required to have a public key
in ~/.ssh/authorized_keys in order to login.

Joshua Steele and Stacy Olivas: you need to send me your public keys.
;-)

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Josef El-Rayes | 19 Oct 13:01 2003
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Re: [bsdadvocacy] quicklinks: remove darwin & bsdi

Joshua Steele <selerius@...> wrote:
> 1.  BSD Advocacy is going to be advocating its message 
> to all types of people.  Students, educators, 
> corporations/organizatons, etc. (...)
> But before they do that, they are 
> seriously going to want to look at who travelled this 
> road before them, and who was succesful.  Apple/darwin 
> is a great story of this accomplishment.  BSD/OS is 
> (more or less) still a being used and supported.(...)

ok i get your idea now.

> (...)  If you were a business man/etc. and you came 
> looking, and all of our links simply pointed to other 
> open source projects/not-for-profit projects, you would 
> probably go someplace else, because all you see in your 
> head is dollar bill signs, and don't give a rats ass 
> about the technology, you just want to know who of the 
> top players in the industry are using it.(...)

i think we could extend your idea. instead of just doing a quicklinking
we could introduce a page like FreeBSD's gallery, but not with every
enterprise/person/consultant using FreeBSD but just the top players, a
short description, what and how they use BSD.

for example:

yahoo: (...) one of internet's most important search engines (...)
use FreeBSD for serving their websites (...)

then we should also do a page with all bsd projects and their forks,
describing and linking them.

ps: i think we could remove those quicklinks
-josef
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Josef El-Rayes | 16 Oct 23:41 2003
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[bsdadvocacy] content/style

hi!

spent some further time on looking through the pages, and found another
issue.

First of all i think we should put some content to the "contact" page.
create a generic email like bsdadvocacy <at>  or team <at>  or whatever, or put a
link to the mailinglist. we could also mention the irc chan(s) there.

i do not like the style for anchors. you do not notice until you move
over. this is not very practical.

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Josef El-Rayes | 16 Oct 22:57 2003
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[bsdadvocacy] quicklinks: remove darwin & bsdi

hi!

i had a look at the website, and have a comment on the quicklinks to the
official project pages.

should we really link to BSD/OS? 
first this one has been stopped by windriver (afaik) so, this is more or
less obsolete now. and after all it is a commercial product and i do not
think that we support enterprises, but the community, so why
quicklinking to BSD/OS?

about darwin. shouldn't we link to http://www.opendarwin.org/ which is
the Apple + Community project and not darwin.org. darwin is just the
"unix backend" release from apple where as opendarwin.org is the real
opensource project.

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Anthony Chavez | 16 Oct 19:39 2003

[bsdadvocacy] AdvocacyBot

Okay, AdvocacyBot2 has reached maximum annoyance.  Can somebody please
come in #BSDAdvocacy and shut this thing the hell up? :-)

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Stacy Olivas | 13 Oct 13:21 2003

[bsdadvocacy] Channel Links in IRC


Ok,
I got bored today and decided if I could do it..  I have linked the
#bsdadvocacy channels between irc.striked.org and irc.freenode.net.

Now, everything on one channel is automatically sent over to the other
channel.

Check it out..  I will keep it up for the time being.

-Stacy
Anthony Chavez | 9 Oct 17:29 2003

Re: [bsdadvocacy] !project

On Mon, 06 Oct 2003 15:00:24 +0200 "Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg" <listsub <at> 401.cx> wrote:
> Anthony Chavez wrote:
>> Joshua mentioned that he spoke with someone that suggested that we drop
>> the word "Project" from "The BSD Advocacy Project" since it infers that
>> it will eventually terminate.  Any suggestions?
>> Here's a quick brainstorm:
>> Campaign
>> Coalition
>> Continuum
>> Cooperative
>> Oasis
>> Repository
>> Resource
>> Treasure Trove (Eric Weisstein is my hero)
>
> The BSD Advocacy ...
> 		Group
> 		Network
> 		Association
> 		Gang
> 		Program
> 		Alliance
> 		Federation..
>
> I like group or gang. That would give the acronym BAG, which I think
> would be easy to remember and looks good in print.

On Mon, 6 Oct 2003 10:58:56 +0100 Ceri Davies <setantae@...> wrote:
> On Sun, Oct 05, 2003 at 11:50:10PM -0600, Anthony Chavez wrote:
>> Repository
>> Resource
>
> If we choose one of these two, then the acronym becomes "The BAR", which
> I kind of like.

Of those suggested, I personally like "Campaign," "Network" and
"Resource" the best.  BAN or BAR are nice acronyms, but using "Group" or
"Gang" simply to get BAG just doesn't work in my eyes, sorry. :-)

Any others?

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