Le 2010-10-26 11:18, Andre Schnabel a écrit :
Von: "Marc Paré"<email@example.com>
BTW ... it wouldn't surprise me if the SC were to decide tomorrow during
Yes, it's on the agenda.
Unless they have the same problem as Christian who would
like to see a working model more than what is on the Drupal site now, we
could have a proper working model working within a couple of days. We
just needed a couple of weeks to raise the site (we all have jobs to
juggle our time with).
The more interesting question would be, what the timeframe for the first
"productive installation" would be. I'd expect we need a page with
user-info on LibreOffice in english, maybe german, french and handfull
of other languages within the next few days.
Ath the other hand, we would need a far more complex and complete
environment within a couple of months.
Form what I understand, you have, or will have shortly, the server to
host the site? I imagine that this is where the site will sit?
In the meantime, I will throw together another Drupal demo site (which I
have never used) and hopefully the people who offered help will chime in
It is obvious that the Drupal people are are clearly in abundance on our
website membership list and that the only thing holding them back are
the time commitment. Taking all of this into account, for lack of having
a "full-time" webmaster, it looks like we could have the equivalent of
it with people passing the ball to each other during the day. Judging
from the list of committed people on the Wiki we shouldn't have any
IMHO, if Drupal is adopted we could have the site going by Monday if
everyone spends a little time at it.
Do is need to sit on my server?
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