[squeak-dev] Technology choice for the next generation of www.squeak.org and friends

Brad Fuller bradallenfuller at gmail.com
Fri Jul 18 00:02:53 UTC 2008

When I read this, I thought to myself "what?" The board is going to
decide? Hmmm...

I'm on the website team, and I don't even think we should decide
either! My suggestion is that we should put it up to everyone here on
the list, just like everything else. If you're not interested, that's
ok.  If there is some disagreement, great! If there is a tie, then
maybe the board should break it. But I, for one, would like the
community to decide after discussion.

that's my take,


On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 4:45 PM, Randal L. Schwartz
<merlyn at stonehenge.com> wrote:
> The Squeak Leadership Team concluded in this week's meeting that we should be
> moving forward on choosing the next technology for the core Squeak websites,
> such as www.squeak.org.  I've been selected to put out a call for any
> last-minute comments on the two proposals that have been offerred so far, or
> soliciting any further proposals.
> I won't repeat the comments already offered.  You can review the webteam
> mailing list history for the past few months at places like
> http://lists.squeakfoundation.org/pipermail/webteam/, particularly the
> messages in March, April, and July.
> Following the end of the comment period, the Leadership Team will evaluate the
> proposals and comments, and select the path forward, and invite the
> participants to begin and manage the migration work.
> Please submit your comments to squeak-dev and/or webteam before
> 30 July 2008.  That will give us a week to absorb the info before our
> next team meeting.
> Thank you.
> Randal, speaking on behalf of the leadership team.
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