[EuroPython] Final fixes for the website

Tom Deprez tom at aragne.com
Fri Mar 12 13:51:47 EST 2004

Urgh, sorry, I won't be online much this weekend (family matters). I'll
hop in when I'm able to. Don't know if I would be great of help, dough:
solving something plonish would probably take me more time than the
meeting itself.
It's a shame, I haven't been able to help you at all. And perhaps for
the better of it, the site is looking nicely.


Beatrice Fontaine wrote:
> On Fri, 2004-03-12 at 01:47, Jacob Hallén wrote:
>> Things are starting to look good on the website, but I think there
>> are some things that need dealing with, before we can go public.
> [snip]
> Thanks for the forensic walk around the site, Jacob ;)
> Some of the things you are addressing are indeed Plone defaults that
> can
> and should be customised (like where you land when you've joined).
> Others (like related, news, etc) were set up by those who gave Plone
> the first try as a sustainable conference website environment,so they
> should
> get a last chance to protest before we kill anything.
> I think that we need dario, michael, joachim, shae, me (and other
> hopefuls, of course!) and you online at the same time, to iron these
> last things out. We need you to sit in - or at least by ;) - to say:
> "yes, that's the way I want it" after each item has been dealt with.
> Otherwise we will add another confirmation phase behind it, which is a
> waste of time, imho. Does that appeal to you? Because then I would
> suggest that all those involved mention their least available times
> between now and Monday evening and we make a deal to sit together for
> 2-3 hours, which is all it should take.
> OK with all those who feel personally addressed by the question?
> shapr/bea are at a yearly meeting from 1700 CET today and will be back
> late, but we are both pretty much available any (sane) time on
> Saturday
> and Sunday.
> bea

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