Re: gnome integration mailing list .. Re: Meeting Minutes Published - March 29th, 2011

2011/4/26 Sriram Ramkrishna <sri ramkrishna me>:
> On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 7:29 AM, Brian Cameron <brian cameron oracle com>
> wrote:
>> For a long time, The GNOME Foundation has been discussing how to make
>> it more possible to partner with other organizations.  Lately we have
>> been talking about how to better promote organizations that do GNOME or
>> GTK+ consulting.  There is also value in providing some way to promote
>> organizations that wish to donate or provide resources to The GNOME
>> Foundation.  Perhaps we should be working to solve the larger problem?
> I was thinking about the thread Martyn started earlier based off the minutes
> and of course how to get organizations that do consulting for GNOME and GTK+
> involved and I thought that a mailing list on how to integrate GNOME into
> your environment or device might be an appropriate channel for these
> things.  Companies and individuals like sysadmins can talk about how to
> integrate GNOME into their customer environment.  Using a .sig, individuals
> or companies can advertise that they are available for hire as an option.
> I don't know how successful it will be, but I know on gnome-shell-list we do
> have a lot of people who are sysadmins and they do talk about issues of
> integration for what they are doing which is which lead to my inspiration
> about having something involving sysadmins, hardware experts etc.

Is it also intended to be a place where the various downstreams
(including regular distros) can work together in distributing GNOME?



> As Brian pointed out, it will require some infrastructure to be able to
> advertise and encourage this kind of thing.  Building up a set of experts
> who can help integrate I think would help a lot of smaller companies adopt
> GNOME for their desktop and embedded devices need and also build a market
> for consulting, but we need a central place to allow for that kind of thing.
> sri
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