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On Oct 18, 2010, at 11:53 AM, Drew Jensen wrote:

Howdy Folks,

Just an idea - as even though I just gone done saying in a different
email that we have only existed for 21 days, it has been 21 days and the
time to choose and start is, IMO, drawing nigh.

So a different perspective - Who is actually planning on doing the
install, and willing to commit to the time to see it through:

- Where is this being hosted?
- Who is going to be doing the server admin?
- Who is going to do CMS install/customization?
- Who will commit to the ongoing admin tasks for the instance of the CMS
package (not just content admin functions)?

Before you say, can't answer till you know the CMS, lets just a quick
head count and see who is actually willing to accept the responsibility
- cause I don't know, I know some of you are, as we really down the
question one over the other it's best to remember that the people
planning actually doing the work should and must have a large role in
making the final decision, even if those of us on the periphery will no
doubt have input and some influence.

Anyway, just how I would approach at this moment...shouldn't really
distract from what I'm reading about demo systems, and such.

I'm willing to help build and maintain the site, and am knowledgeable about Drupal and some other 

Further, I'm interested in the information architecture of the site--getting the data organized and 
the major pages configured to be as logical and navigable as possible. (See my draft wireframe 
here: )


Benjamin Horst
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