Max M wrote:
Martijn Faassen wrote:
Alternatively, we could use our energy to actually work together on a
new website instead of competing. There's a zope-web mailing list,
after all, so go and talk there. This would have my preference.
If you want to fix the Zope 2 website at the same time as branding Zope
3, I fear it is a monumental task that will never happen.
Yes, that is indeed a risk that I'm well aware of. Still, I think we can
present a good 'brochure' about Zope 2 on a unified website. Whatever we
do, we should definitely sketch out the relationship between the two
projects, something that is now completely missing. Zope 2 needs
marketing as much as Zope 3.
The Zope 2 website is so big, and has so much content that it should
have somebody working on it full time if it needs changing.
Perhaps this "monumental" approach to a zope site is wrong. Microsites
with well defined boundaries, that a few or a single person could be
responsible for might be a better approach.
Yes. Rest assured my ambition is to keep ambitions as low as possible.
:) Otherwise nothing will happen.
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