Thanks for the feedback ...
Am Montag, den 15.11.2010, 05:39 +0930 schrieb Michael Wheatland:
Thanks for creating the list, but shouldn't this be located inside the
marketing area rather than in your personal workspace on the wiki.
True - but not unless people agree to it. Otherwise it may just be
another list ... therefore the "disclaimer" at the top of the page
states "If there is agreement by the Marketing team, we may move that
page to an official place" :-)
The management of the Drupal website project has been hugely
successful through the wiki. See:
By constructing a subset of pages in a centralised location you can
allow collaboration between people performing smaller tasks.
Yes, correct. We did that in the past for Renaissance and other topics.
Since we are at the moment without any "established" community structure
(teams), I'd like to have some agreement before putting somehow
"official" statements (targeting different interest groups like
marketing and design, as well as the SC) to the public part of the wiki.
Personally, I hope this will evolve into the sub-topics thing you've
mentioned (we may say that the initial branding page and the release
party page already document such sub-topics).
By the way, is there any major disagreement with that page? Or, you may
also state whether it is helpful :-)
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