Bug#601337: www.debian.org: move events/talks/ and events/speakers/ to the wiki
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Le 03/11/2010 10:12, Raphael Hertzog a écrit :
> On Wed, 03 Nov 2010, Gerfried Fuchs wrote:
>> That's because noone sends in input. The webteam is too small to go dig
>> around random places to pick up stuff to offer here, and people aren't
>> sending in any stuff.
> I know that, it's part of the reason why I believe the wiki to be a better
Anyway, we could also consider the wiki as an input to the website: ask
people to update the wiki page Raphaël is promoting in order to feed the
website. We could subscribe (part of) debian-www to this page, and then
update the website from time to time.
> I am more likely to do the required efforts to publish my talks if I know
> that I can do it entirely alone.
You got a point. But replacing the website by the wiki may not be the
> If you really want to keep the webpage, I suggest at least to explain
> clearly how people should submit new talks. I bet that the "simple mail"
> to debian-www@ will become a bug report against www.debian.org to avoid
> loosing/missing request of speakers.
I'm not fully convinced that considering the wiki as yet another way to
feed the website is the best approach ever, but why not (if the current
approach doesn't work, I think it is OK to try another one).
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