[ZWeb] Q: Available for participation?
Sidnei da Silva
Fri, 19 Apr 2002 16:39:11 -0300
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On Sex 19 Abr 2002 15:51, Paul Everitt wrote:
| 5, 8, per day, per week, what's the difference? :^)
| Even five hours per week would be good enough. Particularly for the
| next week. Regular attendence is going to be pretty critical.
| On Fri, 2002-04-19 at 07:45, Sidnei da Silva wrote:
| > On Sex 19 Abr 2002 08:21, Paul Everitt wrote:
| > | Hello everyone. In the next week there will be a major push to move
| > | the project forward. I'll lead with the question:
| > |
| > | Who on this list can contribute hours (over 5) during the course of the
| > | next week?
| > | .....
| > | Who on this list can contribute hours (over 8) during the course of the
| > | next week?
| > Over 5 or over 8? Per day or per week? ;-)
| > Im very interested on helping, tough ive never messed with CMF before. I
| > have a very skinned Cross-browser HTML Developer sit on the desk next to
| > mine. He could help getting all working on NS4.
| > | First and foremost, ZC has purchased four new machines to replace the
| > | zope.org cluster. The configuration is a squid machine, two app
| > | servers, and a zeo server. Chris McDonough is going to work starting
| > | today, through next week, to get the cluster setup and get some of the
| > | software in place.
| > Wow, pretty cool configuration. I would like to build something like this
| > someday. Please ask Chris to write everything down and put as the First
| > NZO How-To when finished. ;-)
| > | This gives us the chance to set a milestone, cleverly called Milestone
| > | One. The goal of Milestone One is to have enough to show for ourselves
| > | that we can attract more manpower to the project from the community.
| > | While everything will be raw and unfinished, there will hopefully be a
| > | perception that things are moving.
| > |
| > | The tasks for the milestone: get the cluster running latest/greatest
| > | zope/cmf,
| > And dont forget the more stable.
| > |wrap up the first round of skin work, build out the first
| > | level of information architecture, ensure we are organized as a project
| > | (homepage, action items, bug reports, etc.)
| > |
| > | --Paul
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| > Cheers,
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