On Sat, Apr 5, 2008 at 8:52 AM, Martin Aspeli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>  To that end, the website is divided up into sections:
>   - "Home" gives a quick overview and tries to get people excited
>   - "Get" gives download instructions for the impatient
>   - "Taste" whets the reader's appetite with some exciting code examples
> that explain how Zope is different
>   - "Projects" gives an explanation of how the different Zope projects fit
> together (Zope 2, Zope 3, Grok, CMF, ZODB). Each is then given a subfolder
> that contains a standard structure: A front page that explains the project
> in more detail, "Get" (downloads), "Taste" (as above, but for a particular
> project) and "Learn". The "Learn" section should contain relevant,
> up-to-date documentation.
>   - "Community" gives some details about how to join the Zope community
>   - "Foundation" links to the Foundation site for now. If the Foundation
> website maintainers want to move into this site in the future, they are of
> course more than welcome to.

I'm wondering where the "Documentation" section is?  I'd like to
volunteer for *that* section.  By the way, the design looks pretty

Paul Carduner
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