--On 25. Juni 2006 08:32:54 +0200 Lennart Regebro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

On 6/24/06, Andrew Sawyers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
There would be VERY limited things an individual could upload.  I
personally argued strongly for 0 membership on this site.  If the ideas
of micro sites went forward, the appropriate micro sites could allow (or
not) membership as necessary.
> Who will decides which content is worth migration?
For the site I refer to, only that which meets the scope of the site.

-MAXINT from me. You are trying to make a top run "managed" site. I
think that is wrong for a collaborative software project by principle,
and it also means that ZF will have to pay sometbdy to create content
on the site, which to me seems to be a complete waste of money, when
reasonably the community members should do that themselves.

I second the proposal to work with micro sites. A decoupled number of micro sites have the advantage to be less dependent on all other components which results in a better manageability. In addition the migration to micro sites can be done as ppl have resources. Ripping out a particular part of zope.org
(e.g. the collectors). would not much interfere  with the existing site.


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