[EuroPython] Draft initial press release
lac at strakt.com
Thu Nov 6 08:53:04 EST 2003
In a message of Thu, 06 Nov 2003 14:18:57 +0100, "Nicolas Chauvat" writes:
>On Thu, Nov 06, 2003 at 12:43:51PM +0000, Michael Hudson wrote:
>> site. Apropos the website, is what's at
>> going to become the "offical" web site? What needs to be done before
>> that can happen? Or is sticking with the CMS (for want of a better
>> word) we have now the safer option?
>I'd suggest we ask for help on the #plone forum and/or mailing-list. We'l
>probably find there people willing to spend the missing hours that we
>other organizers don't have (at least that I don't have) to get it
>in good shape.
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I'd rather move the other directtion. The thing that I disliked the
most about last year's site was that only a rare few people with Zope
chops could go hack on it. The year before at least there was a wiki.
Moving to Plone seems to make this problem even worse. I'd like it if
this conference could have a website that it was very, very, easy to
hack so that people could easily add whatever they like without having
to learn a content management system or 3. It is possible for
communities to form, self-organising around documents, but only
if the people who want to form the communities and sub-groups get
to write the documents.
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