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suggestions_for_new_homepage_initiatives [2012/03/30 01:32] (current)
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 +Suggestions for_new homepage initiatives.
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 +== Utilizing the jabber Instant Messenger technology. ==
 +
 +<code>Investigate how we can utilize the jabber Instant Messenger technology and possibly setting up an internal secure IM server for project uses. 
 +The gaim client is compatible with the jabber service and thus it is possible to run jabber alongside icq - msn - yahoo etc.
 +
 +http://www.jabber.org/about/overview.shtml
 +</code>
 +Eg veit at man á dreamhost kan installera ein jabber servara vid eitt klikk - men spurningurin er um hvussu vit skulu implementera tad. Vit mugu nokk begrensa brúk til at bert limir kunnu benytta servaran. So er tad lognings problematikkurin.
 +
 +== Creating a user stories section. ==
 +<code> Consider creating a user stories section</code>
 +Maybe best to put this in endorsements ?
  
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