[ZWeb] Re: [Zope] outdated how-tos
Tue, 16 Apr 2002 07:34:10 -0400
I wouldn't hold my breath on getting agreement on a keyword vocabulary.
Still, if you think it is possible, then give it a shot. However, I'd
like us to set a deadline: if the keyword vocabulary doesn't show up by
this Friday, then chances are it won't show up within the next month.
I personally don't consider a two-pass arrangement (first create a
smaller pile of relevant How To's, then catalog the smaller pile in the
second pass) to be a burden.
In fact, I just read the zope thread and saw bak mention that we can
rate the how to's immediately using my-zope.org. Let's do it that way
-- simple, immediate, requires not a single whiff of programming. We
just need volunteers.
seb bacon wrote:
> (thread moved to zope-web)
> Of course you are right about resources ChrisM, but I'd really like to
> see a review of metadata keywords so we can start cataloguing stuff
> properly, and this could be done at the same time as reviewing HOWTOs
> etc. The keywords vocabulary should follow on from the IA taxonomy
> work. If we don't do that now, it will never happen - IMO.
> On Tue, 2002-04-16 at 08:10, Chris McDonough wrote:
>>A simple yay/nay for each HowTo URL would be fine. The ones that don't
>>get a "yay" would be marked as private in the new zope.org setup and I'd
>>send a mail to the author.
>>Chris Withers wrote:
>>>Chris McDonough wrote:
>>>>it's somewhere on the radar (very, very far away). If anybody wants to
>>>>volunteer to "vett" all published HowTos for accuracy, I would accept
>>>>donations of time greedily.
>>>What kind of vetting are you looking for? A simple yay/nay, a 1 to 10?
>>>Depending on what it is, I'd be happy to throw some time at it...
>>Chris McDonough Zope Corporation
>>"Killing hundreds of birds with thousands of stones"
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