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Re: [Netsukuku-site] website update

From: Ruben Dias
Subject: Re: [Netsukuku-site] website update
Date: Sat, 27 Aug 2011 12:23:08 +0100
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I've been following this list for a while now, and I really believe I can 
contribute something to netsukuku as a whole. Since there has not
been much discussion about what to use, I would then say we go with wordpress 
(after all, it's already in place), and move on forward from there. It might 
not be perfect; but I believe it can work, at least for now.

That's why, I would like to start working on it as soon as possible.

On 7/31/2011 11:48 AM, Luca Dionisi wrote:
> Hi all
> First, let's have a look at the results.
> Many people have vowed they're willing to contribute. Many have
> subscribed to this ml.
> Very little discussions have been made on what we want and what we need to do.
> Nothing at all (except the installation of wordpress site by the good
> jaromil) has been done.
> I think we are in need of one person who takes the lead of the
> (future) efforts on this side.
> He has the power/responsibility to take a decision on the platform to
> use, the layout of the site, the contents, and all.
> I cannot be that person. I lack time and expertise on the field.
> I'd like to just reiterate my humble opinion about the priorities for
> the website.
> The primary target of the site is not people who want to know the
> theory, investigate on possible improvements, compare to the
> alternatives on routing protocols, look at the code or help with
> it[1].
> It's people who wants to try the software and connect to a network or
> create a new one.
> So, urgent things are:
> 1. informative pages on how to install and how to use;
> 2. tools that help to contact friendly people around me and coordinate
> with them.
> Whilst, not very urgent things are:
> a. copying/updating content from the old website which deals with
> theory and internal functioning of the program.
> In particular, for # 1, efforts are not urgent (we need to have the
> program finished to describe how it is to be installed and used) and
> anyway I think we should spend little effort on it. Indeed the program
> should be very easy to install and just work out of the box.
> Instead, # 2 has to be carefully thought and we should make all
> efforts it will take to have very useful tools for anyone who might
> have interest in making a community around him. He could be a geek, or
> one who knows absolutely nothing on tcp/ip.
> --Luca
> [1] These kind of people are extremely needed right now.

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