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Re: [ProgSoc] Re: Helping Hand
> > 3 positions spring to mind:
> > A back end designer. Php, mysql, the nitty gritty technical stuff. A
> > "look-and-feel" designer. To decide the look and navigation of the
> > overall site. A maintainer. To keep things running smoothly and UP
> > TO DATE after the above two jobs are done in a majority.
> Shall we split up the content side of things maybe? Some things don't
> change much at all, and need less maintenance than others. Different
> people will want to volunteer for different jobs.
Depends on how many people we get. Lets make this an unoffical
call for webdesigners and administrators. Anyone who wants to get
involved with progsoc, please raise your hand and send email to
the progsoc list!
> Did we decide on any completely new areas of content that the website
> needed having?
Nothing that comes to mind. Just making sure things are kept up
to date. So, contact times for the exec, photos of the exec,
actually, maybe a public exec page would be good (I think there's
already a private exec page).
> > I'm quite happy to play around with dispater, with the goal to allow
> > remote logins via ssh of course! So put me down against that.
> Excellent. I could use a hand in adding the NIS support, because
> there has to be some dicking around with the NIS tables for NeXT to
> understand them properly. I've got as far as letting any member log
> in from the console, and the difference is kind of hard to explain,
> except to say that OSX can see it but NeXT can't.
Strange, very strange..... I guess I'll learn more as we play around
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