Wiki page for country

Máirín Duffy duffy at
Sat Jul 3 03:23:13 UTC 2010

On Fri, 2010-07-02 at 23:08 -0400, Chris Tyler wrote:
> I think we're pointing in the wrong direction here, and brainstorming
> solutions to non-problems.
> We don't want to encourage fragmentation of the community along language
> or geographic lines -- is *the* place we want the vast
> majority of stuff to happen.
> In those very few cases where a strong local or language community has
> shaped up and want to run with management of their own web presence, we
> have the TLA or options available, both of which
> clearly differentiate the content from fp.o. A good index page would be
> a nice asset, but let's not get carried away with spreading ourselves
> out across a bunch of domains.

How many domains are there now and how many do we
expect there to be moving forward?
> Consider: we don't want someone from -- oh, let's say Canada -- showing
> up, realizing that there's neither a nor a
> site, and concluding that there's no one involved
> with Fedora from her country (you can repeat the exercise with "us" or
> any other country code in place of "ca"). At the same time, I really,
> really don't want to create a new domain just to "solve" this problem.

Is a domain beyond and being
proposed by anyone? I'm not proposing that.


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