Just resurfacing this thread, since the topic came up in the 2019 Local
Planning Committee meeting we had today (especially since the wiki is a
major tool used both for conference planning and at the conference). Are
there any other interested parties? Cary, are you still willing to assist?
What can we do to move this forward, even if it's just the conversation
Mark A. Matienzo <[log in to unmask]> | http://anarchivi.st/
On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 9:38 AM, Cary Gordon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I would be happy to spin up a server on AWS, and help with the migration
> of the site and the Journal.
> The cost should be about $100 per year. If we start a new account, the
> first year could be free.
> I would help with administration, but would expect help from the community.
> Jeckll ++
> > On May 9, 2018, at 5:57 AM, RUTH KITCHIN TILLMAN <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > On a logistical note, you may have noticed Ryan didn't mention the
> Code4Lib Journal, which is hosted by ibiblio. As this is a subdomain, there
> are some logistical concerns regarding the domain's registration and setup,
> but not hosting. Should the main site's move go smoothly, there may be
> space for discussion of whether the journal should end up in the same
> place. I'm the technical contact for the journal and would need to be
> looped in re: domain registration (and can bring in ibiblio).
> > And while we're on the subject, the journal should be moving to HTTPS
> later this month, thanks to the folks at ibiblio. I'm grateful to Cristóbal
> Palmer for working on that for us!
> > Ruth
> > Ruth Kitchin Tillman
> > Cataloging Systems & Linked Data Strategist
> > Penn State University Libraries
> > Paterno Library 126J | 814-867-1038
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