[squeak-dev] Re: I'm stepping down as WebTeam Leader Mars 31
siguctua at gmail.com
Fri Mar 14 02:32:10 UTC 2008
On 14/03/2008, Andreas Raab <andreas.raab at gmx.de> wrote:
> Igor Stasenko wrote:
> > On 14/03/2008, Andreas Raab <andreas.raab at gmx.de> wrote:
> >> Igor Stasenko wrote:
> >> > If Janko can push things with Aida, i don't mind so. Between
> >> > stagnation and movement i choose movement.
> >> I would recommend spending two minutes to think about how to roll out
> >> such a change and how to roll back if (god forbid) the job turns out too
> >> big, the tool not suited, or the volunteer in question getting run over
> >> by a bus. Only headless chickens move merely for the sake of movement ;-)
> > Well, i hope Janko understands how hard it can be. And if he really
> > thinks that he capable to work things out, then why not. Nevertheless,
> > we have to put trust in people time to time :)
> Sure. But part of trusting him to work things out is to trust him to
> come up with a plan that can address these issues, no? (and by "plan" I
> mean nothing complicated - just a staging site so that people can have a
> look at it and the board can decide when it's ready to go live)
Yes, i'm fully agree with that.
> > As i noticed, i'd vote for seasider, but if there is nobody else who
> > can commit enough time to remake site and support it, then what
> > choices do we have?
> We have the choice of the status quo.
I really don't care (as well as 99.9% of others) what software
delivers content to my browser
as long as it does it fast and site looking good and convenient to
navigate/find required information. The list, provided by Matthew
perfectly reflects that.
I would really better consider about inviting a good web designer to
refresh 'face' of squeak than about what platform to choose for
We both know that things sell themselves better if they're eye candy :)
> - Andreas
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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