On 8/3/07, Jayden Phillips <trainguy77 at shaw dot ca> wrote:
> Well why not keep the name m0n0wall. As its still going to be the
> same thing just with more modular design am i correct?
That's a good question! We could probably keep a partial "m0n0" in the
project name, and being known as m0n0Cored isn't so bad. But the reason why
were not m0n0wall is because this is a new design/architecture, and doesn't
fall in line with the current m0n0wall. I've talked with Manuel, and he's
thumbs up with the idea of furthering this project, and hopefully being able
to replace m0n0wall one day. Therefore, this is not m0n0wall, but a venture
into what could be.
I'm okay with m0n0Core or m0n0Cored, but we need to differentiate ourselves
from m0n0wall, as a m0n0wall derived project with intentions of being the
"NEW" m0n0wall. Also, were deviating from the original FreeBSD OS, and
looking at a multi-OS solution that is BSD and Linux based.
I think we
> need to be sure to get a team going with different people having
> different responsibilities or the same thing will happen where its
> very few people running the ship they did a great job but we don't
> want to burn them out.
I agree, and thats why were going to adhere to an Organizational Chart with
I am willing to setup the forum once its
> installed on a forum. However, I am not any good at web design, so
> did we want to redesign the entire page? and why? I am not really a
> developer but i am very technically minded so i am willing to help
> with user guides forums whatever else needs being done. By the way i
> am leaving tommorow for 2 weeks so if your wondering why i don't
> respond thats why.
> I think we need our own web presence, with our own intentions and goals
and eventually one day merge back into m0n0wall once we've developed a