[Grok-dev] towards a new grok.zope.org (volunteering YOU)
darryl at darrylcousins.net.nz
Wed May 16 18:44:09 EDT 2007
On Wed, 2007-05-16 at 23:48 +0200, Martijn Faassen wrote:
> Hi there,
> I think the threads started by Sebastian have quite a bit of useful text
> we can mine and rewrite into a coherent piece of content for the grok
> site. We need to come up with a plan for doing it.
> I'm going to try to coordinate some people in the hope it's welcome:
> * Sebastian and Martin, can you two devise a way to go systematically
> through the threads for the texts? This should result in restructured
> text documents. Martin seems to have an eye for the lightheartedness and
> honesty we should keep in the text, so he can ensure we keep it. I'll
> also help reviewing the text.
> * Sebastian, you're already working on the site, so that's excellent! :)
> I hope Martin will continue reviewing it.
> * Kevin Teague, can you keep an eye on the layout being developed by
> Sebastian? I hope Sebastian doesn't banish the caveman theme too much.
> I'd like to retain some of the fun. Hopefully together with Sebastian we
> can come up with some layout elements that don't look too off-putting
> for managers, but retain the playfulness.
> * Darryl, you're familiar with the website generation scripts. Once the
> layout starts shaping up and we have new restructured text files, can
> you make sure they are checked into SVN properly in the right structure,
> and then update the scripts with the new layout?
Yep. I'm still on board, reading all the posts. Excuse my lack of
comment, I leave that to the smart people.
> * Darryl should then be able to publish the new website in a final test
> version (somewhere else than on grok.zope.org). Once everybody is happy
> enough, we'll publish it in the real location.
A test site could go on tfws.org.nz if agreed.
http://groktest.tfws.org.nz/ or similiar.
> Others: lots of others have been participating in the discussion. Please
> don't feel excluded because I didn't name you here. Instead jump in on
> the task you like most and let's push the website forward!
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