I'm with Diliup here. The pygame site can link to informative sites.

There's nothing to stop someone just going ahead and doing it and others adding suggestions. Maybe an overwhelmingly superb site mught become the redirected, official site, but I guess that would depend on general consensus that it is worth doing. I've made official sites for organisations before and when the functionality desired doesn't match the functionality given there are bad feelings all around. It is better to just go ahead and do it then tell everyone about it, asking for input. If it suits then everybody will be happy.

I'd say go for it Alex. If you post here about it regularly I'm sure you'll get lots of cool material for it.

Best wishes,

    - Miriam

DiliupG wrote:
leave the old pygame site alone and build any amount of new ones. We will all visit everyone according to our need. Aren't there hundreds of Python sites?

On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 10:15 PM, William Manire <williamkman...@gmail.com <mailto:williamkman...@gmail.com>> wrote:

    Personally, When I see this topic come up it's always a sort of
    "Here's my idea! and then wait for approval to start?". What can
    be done to empower motivated people like Alex to just do it?

    These kinds of proposals would be much more successful if Alex
    were able to come to the mailing list with a fully functioning
    demo using live data that could be commented on and iterated on by
    the community.

    My suggestion, is that the site maintainers make available some
    portion of the live data and resources to anyone who wants to have
    a crack at this. I can see that it has already been started to
    some degree here: https://bitbucket.org/pygame/pygameweb


    My question to you is, why does the Pygame website have to be
    built from scratch as a custom solution? What features does it
    have that are not provided by existing CMSes like Drupal? Would it
    be better to start with a system like that and extend it to meet
    the current use cases? Maybe this is a terrible idea, but if it
    isn't I bet it could go a long way towards making it easier to
    maintain the site and keep it up to date with modern trends.

    On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 5:20 AM Wout B <wbertr...@gmail.com
    <mailto:wbertr...@gmail.com>> wrote:

        @Alex: I'm also a webdev, I can help you if you want…

Kalasuri Diliup Gabadamudalige


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