Re: Plone Status?
- From: Johannes Raggam <raggam-nl adm at>
- To: pcutler gnome org
- Cc: gnome-web-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Plone Status?
- Date: Wed, 05 May 2010 12:06:51 +0200
a short update from me:
i had short time in the last weeks, although i commited myself to do
some polishing on the gnome-wgo startpage. i'll do that soon.
my plan is also to try a dry upgrade to plone 4 and see if everything
works as expected. plone4 has some really cool features and it would be
nice to keep up with it. but thats not a priority for now.
for the gnome3 website: in my opinion, plone can be used for this. but
if there is not much dynamic content and no community features - just a
showcase - maybe then plone is too much for this..
On Wed, 2010-05-05 at 03:21 -0500, Paul Cutler wrote:
> Hi happy web hackers!
> (Lucas, I apologize, I'm not meaning to put you on the spot.)
> For the 3 teams working on the new site (Content, Plone and Art) can
> anyone give a brief update?
> For the Content team, I poked around the editors instance this morning
> for a few minutes (http://website-editors.gnome.org) but I will need to
> review it in much more detail to give a status update. (Darton, maybe
> you can help me?)
> The reason I'm asking is I am at the GNOME Marketing Hackfest this week
> in Spain and we are working on the GNOME 3.0 launch plan. As Vincent
> said yesterday - "Not having the new website is a blocker for GNOME 3.0"
> - so no pressure! The other reason is we would like to do a specific
> GNOME 3.0 website on www.gnome3.org that is going to showcase some
> videos and screenshots of GNOME 3. Is this something we could use Plone
> If so, we have a lot more questions. Feel free to ping me on IRC
> (probably #marketing is best) or drop an email.
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