I could take this on in case there's still need for a volunteer. I'm a
professional web developer. I'm also in favour of gh-pages, that I use
quite a bit, as long as it's fine for it to be a static site. It's
simple, fast, free, made for open source project sites and it's git so
it works great when different people make changes to the site.
Of course I can't really spend more than about an hour per day on it,
what with my day job and all, but hopefully it's not a massive job and I
think I should be able to get it done in a finite amount of time.
Does this sound reasonable? If so, what would be the next steps?
On Fri, May 30, 2014, at 22:00, Adrian Knoth wrote:
I'm sure there must be users out there who are familiar with web stuff
and are burning to help their favourite inter-application audio
Step up, please.
PS: There is also a semi-complete move to GH-pages. If your're familiar
with github, you could be the ideal volunteer. ;)
----- Forwarded message from Paul Davis <paul(a)linuxaudiosystems.com>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2014 11:56:02 -0400
From: Paul Davis <paul(a)linuxaudiosystems.com>
To: JACK <jack-devel(a)lists.jackaudio.org>
Subject: [Jack-Devel] jackaudio.org
website shut down due to hacking
The malicious conscience-free leeches who push pharmaceutical spam
to hack into jackaudio.org
in a very deep way. They had full access to
everything including the ability to fiddle with MySQL tables (some of
them). I don't consider any part of the Drupal site safe, so I have shut
down and replaced it with a single static index.html file.
The source tarballs for JACK1 were uncorrupted (probably JACK2 also -
waiting for confirmation from Stephane on this), and I have put up a new
link to the most recent. I also referenced github for the source code
repository and issue tracker.
As someone said on IRC today
" It's a shame the lead dev has to waste his time coding, answering
questions AND fixing drupal backdoors "
If someone else wants to volunteer to resurrect the roughly 60 pages of
content that were at jackaudio.org
(and realistically, it is probably
like 20 of real stuff that is needed), get in touch. I can give you full
access to everything you will need.
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