homepage design for poddery.com
The code is at github: https://github.com/savepoddery/poddery.com
Pirate Praveen started a proposal September 18th, 2013 07:36
Keep savepoddery.com campaign site running Closed 2:00pm - Wednesday 25 Sep 2013
Yes - Keep it, its okay to spent a few dollars for the domain.
No - Move it to save.poddery.com and save domain costs.
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September 20th, 2013 16:38
The purpose intended is over, so no need to spend more on it. We can move now itself and display a message, "Moved to save.poddery.com" till the end of this month and then remove the domain by end of this month.
September 25th, 2013 05:14
Keep it.. I think it will show the effort the team put in and it might actually inspire more of such crowd funding campaigns. :)
Pirate Praveen started a proposal March 10th, 2016 18:21
Move poddery.com and save.poddery.com source to gitlab.com Closed 11:07pm - Sunday 20 Mar 2016
We can move from github.com to gitlab.com
github.com is proprietary and we have to depend on it when we make any changes to poddery.com or save.poddery.com
- Move to gitlab.com which is run on Free Software (well almost, some bits of GitLab Enterprise Edition is proprietary, if we have to move out some day, all functionality we normally use is available in GitLab Community Edition). When we setup git.fosscommunity.in (we'll be running GitLab Community Edition), we can move it there.
- This means we can't use github pages for hosting the site. Since its only a single page and low volume, adding it to poddery.com will not affect the performance of poddery.com
- Add save.poddery.com as a git sub module and move it to poddery.com/save Add a web forwarding option in gandi.net to forward save.poddery.com to poddery.com/save
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March 10th, 2016 18:29
We can stop depending on a proprietary platform. When we use it, we are also promoting it. GitLab is excellent Free Software which can match github on features as well. We should use and promote GitLab.