Maybe Paul could shut that sf-project down or at least clear the svn on sf so there is no future misunderstandings...
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why don't you use the web archives of mailman?Or have a daily digest sent by mail... The Mailinglists supports daily digest instead of single-messeging...
The pluto guys have some kind of a "MasterUsers" Table and are provisioning other systems from it. I'm thinking about a "simple sign on" system with ldap backend. We then could feed the wiki, sqlCVS, mantis and more to come from there.I guess you mean something like an openID-System for the developers community ? I don't know about the current forum and mantis and so on, but phpbb does support it.
What i wonder about if we should give every user a unique installation id. Its "1" for now...I definately prefer a non-IDed version of LinuxMCE. If someone wants to be registered and unique, they may of course get a different one, but from the privacy perspective and data-protection we cannot give everyone a unique ID. We would start joining M$ with their policy but without their (official) reason they have of preventing piracy.
How does database pluto_main_build get createdPlease have a look at http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=2973.0 and the mailinglist at http://www.charonmedia.org/