Ugh, my provider has been switching my IP on a nearly hourly basis for the past week or so - my mail is off in never-never land. I've put together a workaround, once the DNS TTL's expire, then I'll be able to catch up on the various mailing lists again.
However, come the end of the month I intend to move, so there will be another stretch of downtime as I get setup in my new house. In other words, stories will be infrequently posted for the next few weeks...
I'm going to be out of town and away from my computer for about a month (from July 22 through August 22, 2002). Please submit kernel development news in my absence to keep KernelTrap active! Several other moderators will also continue to regularly post news stories.
The content on KernelTrap will continue as it has, covering a variety of different kernels. Linux Daily News is currently comprised of five sites: Open for Business, DesktopLinux.com, LinuxDevices.com, Linux and Main and KernelTrap. The network will continue to grow as additional sites join this collaborative effort.
I'll be out of town through June 18'th. Many apologies for the long silence on these pages - life has been a little hectic.
I intend to upgrade the site when I return, which adds a lot of new features. Additionally, there are a couple of interesting interviews in the works...
I'm also looking for additional volunteer site admins/moderators.
A new "private messages" feature has been added to KernelTrap. Let me know what you think...
A business trip will have me up in the Boston area for a little over a week, during which time I'll be unable to make updates to KernelTrap. I return March 8th.
Drupal does allows users to post stories, and vote on whether the story is actually posted to the front page. Once logged in, click on the submission queue link to view stories that have been submitted for approval.
Having several weeks to plan a careful and slow migration, I instead took a serious break from the web. Suddenly realizing that my original server is expiring on the 15'th (tomorrow), I have to make the jump quickly. Expect the site to keep changing (improving) for a while... But having people actively use the new site will be the encouragment I need to get everything working properly.
One feature I'm especially hopeful to see used is the new blogs. It'll allow users to keep their own journals, of which hopefully many will be appropriate to be posted on the front page.