[ZWeb] getting it done
alan runyan" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri, 30 Nov 2001 13:38:57 -0600
I just need a itemized list of things to do. I can dedicate 10 hours/week.
But I want the other people to understand that we should all very
comfortable enough with hassling each other. Prodding people is sometimes
the only way to make things go-go-go.
I would imagine if you put a 'zope.org interface contest' up. we could get
DESIGNERS starting to send mockups in -- very important first step, IMHO.
Designers need to be a part of this. Plone is not me, it really is Alex
Limi aka dracvl, I'm merely the person who makes things happen. I am really
good about taking all the credit ;)
I would be more than happy to donate (i'm sure alex is also for it) Plone.
I would also like to spend my time working on Plone -- since it directly
benefits me. Alex is the design guru -- I'm the key punching monkey. I am
trying to get beta-testers now. I only have 1 signed up. more will come.
* Plone being installed, is no problem. I will help maintain it.
* I personally would like to see a Message Board system (i proposed AKM's
Squib product) being used, as well as comments attached to content in CMF.
Message Board Sysetms are nice and centralized -- a traditional paradigm
(gasp! 8) Squib uses RDBMS.
* I also think Package Management is another great idea. Again AKM has a
PackageManager product that is under development. he is looking for
* maybe whatever we setup we can co-ordinate beta-testers. it seems that
important projects suffer from exposure and proper beta-testing feedback to
authors. On a whole I think ZOPE community has naming problems (Zopelabs
should be The Zope Cookbook, Squib should be Zope Forums, ZBabel should be
anything but the word Babel, a terrible marketing word).
Give me a shell and a ZOPE I will install Plone. Where to next hoss?