Everyone setting up their own drupal site is /not/ collaboration. That
is everything doing his/her own thing.
If you cannot give an explanation, why there are 4 drupal sites
necessary, why it would make sense to use four different sites, I
stick with my opinion: It is a waste of efforts and time.
Your suggested negatives are the very core of rapid prototyping,
Drupal is VERY easy to set up quickly and it is often easier to
demonstrate ideas you are talking about. If we all just did what we
wanted to some official installation it would be a giant mess and not
well integrated across the site.
I don't think we are yet at the stage where we should be constructing
the final draft of the drupal site, it has really only been a few days
yet. We need to get the structure right and that will involve more
prototyping probably. Sorry.
Also, In any organisation, voluntary or not it is not, it is not
acceptable to call peoples work "A waste of efforts and time". People
have worked very hard on creating these resources which will be used
in building a final site. If you don't understand it, just say that.
Brilliant summary of the efforts going on around the Drupal
development. This type of communication and effort combined with the
structure of the WIKI should allow us to get it right the first time
when we do get an official Drupal development site when the new server
is set up.
May I suggest www.libreoffice.org/drupal for the official development site.
Can it be hosted on the new CMS server?
We will need to decide quickly who needs what permissions. May I
suggest that the official devel site has all permissions for 'auth
user' and none for 'unauth user' initially, this would allow us to
start constructing but stop people looking at an unfinished product
I have not seen any community collaboration on SilverLight yet, is
there a possibility we may have to step up to the plate and launch
sooner or is SL being built without community collaboration?
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