MythDora Coming to and end....
It pains me a bit to write this, but it looks like the days of MythDora are numbered. Our plan for MythDora was to migrate to ElMyth (www.elmyth.org), but over the last year or so and waiting for CentOS we've kind of run out of steam.
A few months back we decided to try Scientific Linux instead, and since then I've made a lose attempt at getting a spin together. The bottom line is I just don't have the time like I used to now that I have 2.5 year old running around. Nor do I have the desire to code or test until the wee hours of the morning.
Jarod is in the same boat as he confirmed to me yesterday. Busy family & professional lives have kind of hung the "fun" projects out to dry.
I've considered moving in another direction all together, and ditch a "full" distro in favor of a mythdora/elmyth release repo and configuration tools. But I'm not sure that will be as functional for the newbie crowd.
I hate to throw in the towel, but I'm not able to keep the project afloat on my own.
Unless some of the technically talented followers step up and want to get involved in development; it may be the end of the road.
I am however interested in hearing some feedback in regards to the layered MythDora approach. I.E. Grab a release rpm, run the setup tool, pick your configuration and let yum & scripting do the rest of the configuration. This would rely on rpmforge, elrepo, rpmfusion or possibly atrpms for el6 rpms. Unless of course we just stick with a fedora add-on... again I'm curious as to what the community would want.