Re: D-W web site part of the general Debian WWW infrastructure? (was: Re: translation to French)
On Sun, 6 Mar 2005, Erinn Clark wrote:
> * Christian Perrier <email@example.com> [2005:03:06 09:19 +0100]:
> > The real location should probably be discussed with the
> > mailing list contributors as well as other technical implications. I'm
> > pretty sure you'll find there very valuable input...probably by people
> > you already know by some other means..:-)
> Hmm, I guess we should prepare to battle just in case...
I don't think we will have to battle for it, as you may have guessed I'm
one of the website contributors (mainly translation and consultants page),
> > IMHO, the d-w project has now reached a sufficiently mature activity
> > for being part of the "official" web site. Of course, this is only my
> > personal opinion and further discussion is required, especially with
> > the web site team members.
> I agree that it's sufficiently mature, but I think we may potentially lose
> some control over it if it's on the main website. I'm not very
> knowledgeable about how easy it is to edit stuff and so forth. Can anyone
Well, anyone with CVS access to the website would be able to change
things. If someone changes something that is clearly not acceptable, I'm
sure he will loose his/her CVS access, though.
> > Doing so could probably open a new door to give women an opportunity
> > to give their contribution to the project : I bet that some would
> > first work on the d-w part....then slowly begin to contribute to the
> > general web site. IIRC, several women in the project have good web
> > site design skills.
> That seems to be the general path currently, yeah.
Of course anyone who will contribute to the site can ask CVS access and
will normally get it. See http://people.debian.org/~joey/misc/webwml.html.