[EuroPython] website

Michael Hudson mwh at python.net
Sun Feb 26 21:57:05 CET 2006

Jean-Marc Orliaguet <jmo at ita.chalmers.se> writes:

> Michael Hudson wrote:
>>In the EuroPython meeting this morning, we talked quite a bit about
>>the website story.  As has been mentioned before, we're going to use
>>CERN's indico software for the actual conference bits, but indico is
>>no general web server and so we need something else to hold press
>>releases, interviews, perhaps travel and other general information and
>>so on, and probably have this site be what the visitor sees at
>>For one reason and another, it would be nice to not totally bin what
>>is currently at http://www.europython.org/ and instead archive the
>>2005 version somewhere and use the existing set up and look and feel
>>to present this year's information.  This, however, requires someone
>>who knows about CPS.  While I was writing this mail I talked to
>>Stefane Fermigier on #europython and he said he'd be willing to help
>>with this, but it seems worth posting the mail anyway.  So: does this
>>sound like a reasonable plan to you?  Are you willing/able to help?
> Hi, Michael,
> it is possible to update the existing site to CPS3.4  (I mailed Stéfane 
> about it) - there have been many improvements in terms of UI, and 
> regorganize the content. But I won't have much time for it before the 
> end of the week.

So is anything happening on this front?


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