[Evangelism] Fwd: Plone.Com project changes

nguyen at uwosh.edu nguyen at uwosh.edu
Wed Nov 20 16:26:10 UTC 2013

To clarify, the email Eric Rozeboom sent out to the Plone.com project group was that he was stepping back from the project.  The http://plone.rebelx.nl site was created on his server to let us view the project's work to date.  That particular site will be taken offline shortly; Ramon and I have asked Eric for the files so Ramon can post them on Github and so I can host a new work-in-progress site (unless someone has a better place to put it and has the time to handle it).

The text, links, and logos currently there are draft placeholders.  

The project needs continued work and contributions.  For that we will be looking to Liz for a plan.


On Nov 20, 2013, at 9:42 AM, Gabrielle Hendryx-Parker <gabrielle at sixfeetup.com> wrote:

> I agree with Chris. What is on the RebelX server looks pretty but doesn't seem to have production-ready content yet.
> The scrolling sponsor area at the bottom will also need to be updated with real content. And... do we have permission from all those companies to use their logos?
> Thank you,
> Gabrielle
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> On Nov 20, 2013, at 10:26 AM, Chris Calloway <cbc at unc.edu> wrote:
>> On 11/19/2013 9:03 PM, T. Kim Nguyen wrote:
>>> It's at http://plone.rebelx.nl/ for now.
>> Couple of editorial nits: "The United Nations" not "United Nations." "Brazilian government" not "Brazil government." Also, don't end a list with ", etc." Grammar and style are most important on a marketing site.
>> The front page is very pretty. Are the links supposed to go anywhere? When we are talking about releasing it as is, are we talking about releasing it with all dead links in the header and footer navigation?
>> Also, would this get proper hosting and deployment when released? Because right now it does the Plone thing with a lot of spinning before displaying the front page a minute later or simply ending up with a naked timeout on I couldn't tell if the key features links go anywhere because they all timeout.
>> Without the navigation, content, and deployment being fixed, I'd be very -1 on releasing it as is. It is a very pretty design. But it is an anti-marketing site as is.
>> The scrolling sponsors at the bottom is awesome.
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