Martijn Faassen wrote:
Martin Aspeli wrote:
* are we going to target Zope 3 only with this site, or Zope 2 as
well? I wrote text to cover both, as Zope 2 is currently the
breadwinner of most of us. I think we can get enthusiasm more
easily for Zope 3 however; nobody is going to write Zope 2
tutorials. What do we do?
I will not touch zope.org, but I would be willing to do some serious
work on a new zope3.org site.
There is so much content on Zope org, and I actually think that it
presents Zope 2 reasonably well. So changing it will not be worth the
effort. The broken links and lost content will probably be a net loss.
Presenting Zope 3 on a new site on the other hand would give a lot of
bang for the buck.
* does anyone know a good web designer who can design a solid
looking, serious, but still exciting website for zope?
Though my own site doesn't really reflect it ;-) I am actually capable
of doing pretty solid layouts, and I would be willing to do a prototype.
I have +10 years experience in advertising. I could host the prototype
for development on zope3.mxm.dk until it gets aproval.
I am also doing screencasts on a regular basis for customers, and have a
solid setup for that. Like pro audio gear etc. I would be willing to do
those presentations. Btw. "Macromedia Captivate" is a great tool for the
One obvious question though. Shouldn't this be a "dogfood" project. It
would have some sense to let the site be hosted in Zope Cubed itself.
hilsen/regards Max M, Denmark
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