- Ezra Z. (email@example.com) [060215 18:39]:
Anything at all you would like to see that I might not have
This is very cool!
Client libs for various common databases (mysql, postgres, sqlite,
oracle , etc.)? RDoc if it’s not already on there. Ditto those
asking for good vim setups.
Just as an aside, would it be possible to make “installers” from these
LiveCDs? We’ve been considering making a very similar thing for our
application, basically, a LiveCD which is good for demoing and
documentation purposes, but which could also grow into the primary
installer for our application. That’s a blue sky sort of thing for us,
but it would help us get in the habit of installing the software regular
on clean hardware so we don’t forget any of the dependencies – software
that’s never installed outside the dev & production environments usually
ends up with undocumented dependencies that are a PITA to shake loose
Actually, probably just as convenient would be keeping the tools (with
docs) to build the LiveCD up to date and available in the same place the
LiveCD lives so that people wanting to customize could do so fairly
Just thinking out loud – anything you do is fine with me. I’m glad to
see someone taking this on. Bravo!
 OK, maybe not as that would probably be hard to distribute, but
I wish, since we have to deal with Oracle.
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