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On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 9:52 PM, Charles-H. Schulz
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While the 3) is probably a good idea, if we can't do it in the
following days (like by the end of the week), I'd go for the 1).

@Christian: Well, Christian, I know you have said in the past that we
need to test out the 2 available news modules on the testing site,
make a choice and then you'll install the chosen module on Please, would it be possible for you to make a choice
out of the 2, based on your experience and knowledge of SilverStripe,
and simply get the news section up and running for us quickly? You see
perfectly well that the placeholder page has been prepared in the site

@Christian again: so Charles is recommending that we use the top area,
where we used to have the Challenge banner, and that we place 2
banners there: one for the Challenge site and one for the Conference
site. I'd be happy to produce the needed banners (unless the design
team is ready to come up with something by the end of the week). Would
you be willing to integrate them? (This part of the page is only
accessible to one of the admins with SSH access to the server's OS.)

Failing this, I could easily do 2 half-width banners above the TDF
Blog and Twitter widgets, because I have access to that part of the

In any case, with or without a news module, we still need some kind of
links to the 2 sites on the front page of

So which solution shall we choose?

David Nelson

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