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On Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 10:32 AM, Marc Paré <> wrote:
Le 2010-11-01 05:28, Rimas Kudelis a écrit :
2010.11.01 11:20, Marc Paré rašė:
Le 2010-11-01 04:59, Erich Christian a écrit :
Am 01.11.2010 05:29, schrieb Michael Wheatland:

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:

Thanks - that one worked, got a 404 on the short one as well.

I ignored all of the drupal stuff inside that presentation, as all is
doable with silverstripe as well, and I like the overall idea
But of course there are detail I wonder about.
One of the bigger questionmarks comes with the "app-store" item -
similar with the themes - so this is kind of wishful thinking, as such
stuff doesn't exist yet, neither for OOo nor for LO

And of course details as to whether download or why should be the
first item and stuff (but that are topics I'd leave to marketing folks
anyway :-))

But another thing that kind of irritates me is "Twitter support" - is
anyone doing this right now? Is it worth mentioning it? twitter is
kind of contrary to community-support (one asks a question, but all
benefit from the answer), with twitter my doubs are that it remains at
a personal level, only a small group of people have a benefit. similar
for facebook - I don't see how that would fit to support.

And I'm also sceptical about the news - espl. "Community news editors
should be used to search for articles at least one per week." - I
don't think this is a good thing for a news-feed section. There should
be genuine news, not news harvested from other sources. A "press
coverage" section or similar would be more appropirate for this kind
of stuff, but then again I don't quite see the need for such a high

The difference legal/licence is not really clear to me,  (and the
wording "why not OOo"  is suboptima, but of course I'm aware that is
just a concept, but talking bad about others should be prevented if
you can say the same thing in a more positive way, just did want to
mention it)

And I strongly disagree with the final thoughts:
"Unfortunately there is no robust forum for discussion about the
structure at the moment – use Wiki?"

A forum is never a robust form for discussion. Forums should be
avaoided at all cost. The medium for discussion are the mailinglists,
the place where results of those discussion, the outcome is preserved
is either the wiki or the real website (once it is available)

I don't want to user forums for discussion, they are just not
comfortable enough for this. (and if you say: You can setup
email-reminders/notfication and reply via mail, then I say: Then you
can use a mailinglist from the very beginning)


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