[squeak-dev] I'm stepping down as WebTeam Leader Mars 31

Norbert Hartl norbert at hartl.name
Sun Mar 16 12:57:41 UTC 2008

On Thu, 2008-03-13 at 22:25 +0100, karl wrote:
> I've been Webteam leader on the Squeak website for quite a few years, 
> and have now totally lost time to keep that work, so  Mars 31 I will 
> step down. It's been a fun and interesting experience to maintain the 
> website, ftp and mailing list.
> I recommend that people interested in Squeaks web appearence join the 
> webteam and maybe lead the site into new and exiting areas.
Could you please summarize what were your main duties being the
leader of the web team? What was the work you had most to do?
Is it html changes, image maintenance,...? 

Now I now you did it a long time and must have collected a lot
of experience doing it. I read the whole thread about what
technology changes we are planning with squeak.org (And how much
more complex a new web site will be). But my assumption would be that
the main part of being webteam leader is much more boring: maintenance? 

Even if I miss the point completely I'm still interested in the
border which divides the duty of a box admin and web team leader. How
did you work with the online images? How did you upgrade? How often
you needed to step in quickly because there was a problem with the
site? How did you debug problems (if there were any)?

thanks in advance,


P.S.: I hope "...exiting areas..."  was just a typo ;)

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