[cso] New list and wiki/blog? Re: Mailing List Sunset

Greg Bernstein <gregb@grotto-networking.com> Wed, 30 November 2011 17:00 UTC

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Subject: [cso] New list and wiki/blog? Re: Mailing List Sunset
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Hi folks, I've looked into some options for continued interaction if 
this list and accompanying Wiki are shut down.
These include:
(a) A Yahoo! Group. --> Pros: list distribution and archiving, web page 
and file posting; Cons: advertising, limited customization
(b) A Google Group --> Pros: list distribution and archiving;  Cons: no 
web page or file posting
(c) A WordPress site based at cccso.net (where we hosted the Korea 
workshop info) --> Pros: web page, wiki/blog, file posting, 
customization; Cons: no list processing
(d) A MediaWiki site based at cccso.net --> Pros: web page, wiki/blog, 
file posting, customization; Cons: no list processing.
(e) Other? I use Drupal for my own site but not sure we need this much 

Right now the only customization I think would be helpful for wiki or 
blog is good web mathematics support. I particularly like MathJax 
<http://www.mathjax.org/>as it understands LaTex and MathMML, permits 
easy copy and paste, and has wide browser support and is endorsed by a 
ton of technical societies. In addition (or most importantly) I got it 
to work with some sample WordPress and MediaWiki deployments 
(http://cccso.net/mw/index.php/Greg%27s_Page and http://cccso.net/wp/ ).

Two key area for a CSO wiki/blog would be on problem formulations and 
references (both categorized). For example Richard Yang's recent post 
gives a lot of good references and a bunch of those are available free 
from Tim Roughgarden's web page (http://theory.stanford.edu/~tim/ 
<http://theory.stanford.edu/%7Etim/>).  With the UT Dallas and BUPT 
presentations we saw two different problem formulations which would be 
nice to share on a Wiki.

It looks like we have a very good and diverse set of folks interested in 
this area, let me know preferences for the above Wiki/blog/list 
choices.  I'm kind of leaning towards "Google groups" for the list and a 
separate advertising free wiki/blog type site.


Greg B.

On 11/25/2011 1:06 PM, Scott Brim wrote:
> Where will people take the work that has been discussed here? This is 
> not directed at you, Ron, but at the contributors.
> On Nov 25, 2011 12:26 PM, "Ronald Bonica" <rbonica@juniper.net 
> <mailto:rbonica@juniper.net>> wrote:
>     Folks,
>     It appears that this work has not gained traction within the IETF.
>     Therefore, this list will be shut down on Friday, December 16.
>     Please feel free to use the list until then to summarize your work
>     and announce future plans.
>     --------------------------
>     Ron Bonica
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