[Linux-aus] RIP Planet LA
neill at ingenious.com.au
Sat Dec 12 22:48:30 AEDT 2020
On Sat, 12 Dec 2020, 22:22 David Lloyd via linux-aus, <
linux-aus at lists.linux.org.au> wrote:
> Just out of morbid interest...what's stopping "someone" (for some
> definition of "someone" -- or a "proper person" which was a running joke on
> a committee I once served on) from administering the *current* setup on
> the *current* servers on the *current* site in the form described by
> Russel Coker which would...well...avoid the need for redirects/DNS changes
> blah blah blah?
I think that question is answered at
referenced in the original email.
I read it as the cost of maintaining the feed outweighs the benefit in the
That's a decision within the purview of the council and I think entirely
It's good of Russel to volunteer to run a replacement, and I applaud his
efforts, but that should be done without requiring the admin team to do
ongoing work to support it.
> On 12/12/2020 5:29 am, Russell Coker via linux-aus wrote:
> On Saturday, 12 December 2020 12:43:14 PM AEDT Russell Coker via linux-aus
> With a DNS entry I could just make a regular Planet installation and people
> could use it in the regular planet manner. With HTTP(S) redirection you
> need redirections for the RSS feed and for the main page. I can work with
> either option but I think DNS would give a better result.
> I've got a Planet installation going. Can we get a redirection from https://planet.linux.org.au/ ?
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