2011/12/20 Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>: >> The question then becomes *what* to release--maybe condense >> a line or two out of each >> monthly meeting? > > Sure, why not? > > With respect to Tim being the person to support the News or RSS feeds, I don't see why he should be the only person. News is news. Any of us can post something if we have posting permissions. I have a long background in technical writing and can edit and proofread submittals. > > Watching for significant bug reports is easy. If I was on the bugzilla "all" distribution list I would know of every patch that was submitted. (Is that something I can configure on my own or does Tim have to add me to that list?) > > Other than package building I would not be able to test every patch because like many users, I don't use all apps. Yet knowing of each submitted patch is easy enough to translate into an RSS and News update. I can select two or three patches or bug fixes that seem significant in some way. These updates then show project life and progress. > > A PlanetTDE is an interesting idea. We would have to be careful to disclaim and warn that opinions expressed are not always those of the entire team. :) > > Darrell > This is why I suggest using a CMS. To allow anyone with registered and with access to create contents. 2011/12/20 Calvin Morrison <mutantturkey@...>: >What about Wordpress? seems bloaty too. My favorite of course is werc :-) I think something minimal, extensible, elegant would be good. Of course it is hard to fill all worlds happily :P Forget about it. I used it for my personal blog, and as far as you are only blogging it is nice... but for more "normal" website it will be terrible.