On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 09:58:02PM +0100, Martin Aspeli wrote:
> Lennart Regebro wrote:
>> On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 11:37 AM, Christophe Combelles <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>> So let's just build a first nice zope.org with subfolders explaining the
>>> different projects because it's important to have just *something*. At
>> Sure, that's fine. But that's just one page of explanation, which I
>> also mentioned in my previous mail.
>>> If we take the ZODB as an example, I have started writing a small
>>> introductory text in the /projects/zodb page (and an image). The goal of
>>> this page is not to be the main place for zodb activity but just to
>>> introduce the zodb as a part of the zope project and how it can be used with
>>> zope. This does not prevent from having a zodb.zope.org site and linking to
>>> it... if someone ever begins to build one.
>> Exactly. Whch is very differnt from the previous idea of creating a
>> fixed structure for all projects with documentation etc.
> That was never the idea.
> Each project gets its own space. Having some consistency there makes
> sense, but there's not going to be one "Documentation" section for all
> documentation and one "Downloads" section for all downloads. That
> doesn't make any sense.
Nevertheless *I* find it nice to have the new zope.org have most of that stuff
figured out already and lets me just go there and put in content for ZODB. And
don't forget that this means that we can easier centrally authorize people to
fix things there. From that perspective "unmanaged" microsites do contribute
to our own "balkanization".
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