[Evangelism] Fwd: Plone.Com project changes
steve at dcn.org
Wed Nov 20 16:41:58 UTC 2013
Liz is project-managing the go-live. And, go live it will. If you would
like to help Liz fix things before it goes live, drop her a note.
I'm sure the sponsor list will be updated. Unworking content and links to
nowhere will be fixed or omitted.
The board has made some hosting resources available to Liz; I have no
worries about the competence of the deployment.
And, let's start hearing suggestions on planning and goals for a second
On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 7:42 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,
> Six Feet Up, Inc. | Where sophisticated web projects thrive
> Direct Line: +1 (317) 861-5948 x601
> Email: gabrielle at sixfeetup.com
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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 http://10.0.0.37:8012/Plone. 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.
> > --
> > Sincerely,
> > Chris Calloway http://nccoos.org/Members/cbc
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