I like the .info TLD (since .net is taken) - it's become very much an
international project now, even if the originator is in Germany.
We could get kismac.info for $6 on godaddy.com I'm not sure if that's the best registar though. Also I would still be willing to put down $20 for the .de domain. It would just be up to some others on the list to fill in the rest.
On Feb 4, 2006, at 10:34 PM, themacuser wrote:
On 05/02/2006, at 1:23 PM, 5.9 wrote:
Here's my wishlist for the kismac site/app
The list works well but as someone said earlier, if we had a web forum new users may become interested in the project and want to contribute. This will also cut down on repeated questions on the list. (not that we have that now, but it may become a problem if/when new users come around)
Yeah, we are getting a forum soon.
2. A domain name
No offense but I find binaervarianz.de a little unwieldy to type in. I either have to go to my bookmarks or search on google when I want to visit the kismac site. I think we should get some kind of redirect. I would be willing to put in up to $20 for a domain if we can all agree on one.
Kismac.com, .net and .org are already taken. .com is unreachable and .net and .org redirect to a 403 forbidden on renom.com. Kismac.de is still available, and should be fine.
Kismac.be is taken, but leads to a page saying "igen :)". No idea what that's about.
However, it's US$35 a year for a .de.domain name.
I've just got the free kismac.ath.cx from dyndns.org and I'm in the process of making it redirect to http://kismac.binaervarianz.de/. This should probably be adequate.
3. A regularly available cvs/svn binary.
I don't mean a daily build, but something more current than what's up now. I imagine there are a lot of us here that would gladly test out the app, but don't have the skills to compile the app ourselves.
Yep, I can do such a thing. When I figure out how you build an installer.
Sorry if I threadjacked. I've been lurking this list for awhile and would love to help out what I consider the premier mac only security application.
p.s. Has anyone been able to get the 3com 3crwe154g72 card to work with kismac? I've had no luck.
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