Re: [summary] "Gnome WGO site with Plone" project

Let me know if I can help.

My most applicable skills are probably in the reviewing, editing, copywriting areas but I can also help track things and ping people. I have no Plone experience but would hope to learn enough to be able to help maintain pages in the future.


On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 12:16 PM, Paul Cutler <pcutler foresightlinux org> wrote:
Hi all - I'm really excited to see all the interest regarding wgo.  I
had spent some last night re-reading all the emails in this thread,
and I'd like to help with organizing the action items and figuring out
next steps.

I'm helping get the next release of GNOME Journal out the door
tomorrow, and once that's complete, I'll have some time this weekend.


On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 1:08 PM, johannes raggam <raggam-nl adm at> wrote:
> hi,
> On Thu, 2009-04-30 at 19:26 +0200, Carsten Senger wrote:
>> These tickets are good starting points:
>> Theme: Show last author in documentByLine
>> Templates: Home: Add the "What is GNOME" block
>> Policy: The feed to is missing
>> We also need someone to do the LinguaPlone configuration. The
>> If it's necessary you can update the buildout to plone 3.3.
> [...]
> i think - and regarding to jens' taks list (see below) - plone has to be
> updated to 3.3 before any other coding tasks.
> many things of the framework have changed since 2.5. for example there
> is a new facility to register blocks we have to make use of: portlets
> and viewlets.
>> In my opinion tasks are:
>> 1 form a new group of gnome+plone people driving this project to
>>   success.
>> 2 synchronize requirements with all participants
>> 3 update to Plone 3.2/3.3 (recent stable)
>> 4 setup a public testing environment
> [...]
> hannes
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