[EuroPython] Webite woes]
jeremiannika at comcast.net
Thu Mar 4 18:06:28 EST 2004
Whichever way the site is to be structured, it is clear that the work
flow ought to be structured;
1. Goals need to be set
2. Deadlines firmly established
3. Specific tasks ought to be assigned
4. Deliverables defined
5. Execute on deliverables
This straight forward approach may effectuate faster development time.
It seems the team is semi-mired in a tools, content, style, discussion
when these types of dialogs are better suited to when deadlines are not
so near. Discussion on high level issues is more appropriate to the
planning stage and this seems like the development stage.
Perhaps if we prioritize according to Jacob's outline, use the old site
as a template for the new site, and share out the content development
amongst team members, that might be a productive approach. If there is
time after the site is up and functional, then we can either build out
functionality or modify the structural framework.
- Jeremiah // Pythonian
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