[Grok-dev] Re: "powered by Grok" sites and apps page
vimes656 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 24 10:03:27 EDT 2008
We could have different sections,
- Web sites. It would be close to plone.net, even better if can
- Web applications. These would be applications you can download and
run it locally to do something. For example:
- Grok packages. For that I'm thinking in the Grok Packages section
of the Zope3 package guide.
On 24 Jul 2008, at 10:06, Reinout van Rees wrote:
> Kevin Teague schreef:
>> Jegenye 2001 Bt (Miklós Prisznyák) wrote:
>>> There could/should be really a "sites built with Grok" section on
>> Yes, we should have something like this on the site - anyone takers
>> to volunteer to compile and maintain this list?
>> At it's simplest this can just be a page of links at an URL such as
>> /about/builtwith/ and a person or two who is willing to update it
>> now and
>> These lists do tend to become a bit long and hard to maintain over
>> time so
>> alternatively if anyone is feeling particularly energetic either a
>> new Plone
>> content-type or a mini Grok app that had a provision for fields
>> such as
>> Screenshot, Industry, Country, Type ("Site", "App" or "Add-on") etc.
> Something like plone.net? The contenttypes are all there. Support
> for both "providers" and "sites". And with by-country and by-
> industry listings. Works pretty well (I'm the main reviewer on
> plone.net, so I get to use it on a few times per week).
> Possible snag: plone.net is geared towards public websites. How many
> non-websites are build with grok? I mean, what would we do with a
> game made with grokcore.*?
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