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* Why does SIGFSM need a domain of its own?
 
* Why does SIGFSM need a domain of its own?
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* SIGFSM can have its own special domain name and also use the ACLWiki to host its own wiki (have the cake and eat it too). I suggest setting up a subdomain. For example, it would be possible to have the subdomain "wiki.sigfsm.org" display the web page http://aclweb.org/aclwiki/index.php?title=SIGFSM. When a visitor enters the URL http://wiki.sigfsm.org/, they would see the page http://aclweb.org/aclwiki/index.php?title=SIGFSM, but their browser would show the URL http://wiki.sigfsm.org/. On my personal website, I have four subdomains that send the visitors to four different servers, but it appears as if it is one website to the visitors. --[[User:Pdturney|Pdturney]] 08:22, 10 May 2014 (EDT)

Latest revision as of 05:22, 10 May 2014

This is a To Do List for the SIGFSM wiki. Voluntary help in the following tasks is highly appreciated:

  • ACL enforces some SIGFSM information in ACLWiki anyway, but SIGFSM may need a domain of its own. Such a domain name has been reserved and paid by Thomas, one of the web resource managers: www.sigfsm.org. We have not yet fully worked out the best practice for the division of the labour between the home pages in ACLWiki and sigfsm.org. This is future work.
  • Why does SIGFSM need a domain of its own?