[ZWeb] erm assumptions
Tue, 12 Nov 2002 15:43:10 +0100
How would this be different than the existing Zope blogs?
The current Zope (Weak-ly) News is an email message that has editorial
summaries of things that are happening. Thus, in addition to a blog,
we still need:
1) An email version.
2) The editorial part.
3) Once produced, we need to blast it out to places far and wide.
Regarding the original note about assumptions, if someone else is
writing the news, that's fine with me.
On mardi, nov 12, 2002, at 14:46 Europe/Paris, george donnelly wrote:
> This is because I volunteered to do ZWN. Speaking of which here is an
> Let's combine ZWN and the Zope News box into one, multi-user blog. It
> sit on an inside page somewhere and there can be two final workflow
> (1) items that only appear on the inside page; and (2) items that
> appear on
> the inside page and on the front page in the news box.
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>> From: "alan runyan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Reply-To: "alan runyan" <email@example.com>
>> Date: Mon, 11 Nov 2002 20:36:09 -0600
>> To: "Zope.org Mailinglist" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Subject: [ZWeb] erm assumptions
>> 1. I was assuming that george (dont ask me why) would be the organizer
>> of such content. it would be useless of everyone to start dumping
>> stuff into a mailing list archive and then have no one sort through
>> it for
>> a news letter..
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