> > Subdomains really never gave me the feeling of "unofficial". If > > it's > > in a subdomain the offical project must have set it up. How can > > this > > be understood as unoffical? And if you put "Unoffical" on every > > page > > in the subdomain people will probably doubt that haiku-os.org is > > official. > I would agree. I'm all for the idea mentioned a while ago to use a > separate domain for community efforts.
A site like haiku-community.net|org would be fine with me, even though a community.haiku-os.org wouldn't look too official to me either. But in the end, I don't really mind that much, I'm a tiny bit in favour of separating them, though.
IMHO, haiku-community.org/net is far too long -- this will just annoy people. I think something like haiku-users.org/net is better. haiku-users could contain all of the user stuff like stated, and the haiku-os.org site could be more professional, as i do see Haiku wanting support from both users and big corporations...
To re-iterate: If you guys get another domain, i vote it's haiku-users.net/org!
-- Thank You Mathew Schofield mr.skoe@xxxxxxxxx