Come on Jim - there were people offering to help you. The roadblocks here
are wearisome. It's either procedure or someone who can't help stifling
things. Lets just make forward progress. We made some today; I am happy.
On 10/9/06 5:18 PM, "Jim Fulton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Andrew Sawyers wrote:
>> On 10/9/06 5:00 PM, "Lennart Regebro" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>> On 10/9/06, Andrew Sawyers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>>> INSHO it has been known for quite sometime, but people are still trying to
>>>> make progress in the only environment we can.
>>> We can at this point only make progress by not trying to improve
>>> zope.org, but by rebuilding it part by part in a microsite
>>> organisation, where each site is separate and can be managed and
>>> upgraded separately.
>> Someone was seeking a solution, the solution I gave was quick and simple to
>> answer the question being asked. Unless I'm volunteering, I won't turn
>> people off of trying to do *something*.
> As you well know, there are no quick solutions where the existing
> zope.org is concerned.
>>> I truly believe that, and will continue to repreat it like a broken
>>> record until everybody agrees an kills me from frustration. :)
>> I might be willing to do that :)
>> Seriously though, if all that is desired is a microsite, all we need to do
>> is setup a zwiki, point zwiki.zope.org to it. I believe Simon will do that?
>> What about existing content? If so, lets just do it.
> Come on. Remember NANZO? It's not something you can "just do".
> If you want to "just do" something, Martijn is assembling volunteers.
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