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On Mon, 2010-11-01 at 13:59 +0930, Michael Wheatland wrote:
After receiving such a warm welcome from some of the website design
team I got to work creating a refined website proposal using Ben's
wireframe structure as a base.

Please have a look:

I would expect that I could set this up in Drupal within 2 weeks if
pushed. Any comments that you have you can either voice here or on my
wiki talk page.
The plan is that I will start to work on this Drupal structure in
about 2 days and have an bare bones beta site up and running by the
weekend on my own hosting, which can later be transferred to another
Any and all constructive comments are welcomed

Note: I am a drupal CMS only guy, I would love to help with the short
term implementation on silverstripe as decided by the steering
committee but as with most web developers I have no experience with
this CMS. I am only working on the longer term vision that was
described in the steering committee phone conference.

Hi Michael,

thanks for that.

I was looking at slide 14, in particular, and at some thoughts I've been
assembling here:

Your screen 14 looks rather what I was thinking of as

Wondering about Drupal and support for twitter/soc/media - actually, was
wondering if you have any experience with integrating Drupal and Status
net's micro-blog. For instance this was setup using their default

That of course could be hosted on a TDF server, or it could hosted at
status net for TDF - any experience putting something like into a Drupal
site - or comparing what they offer to native/add-on mod support in

Best wishes,


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