Default Drupal theme should be fine.
I do think that we should port over some of the old stuff (not all) and
start by putting up new stuff. Downloadable content in the form of PDFs
(like Vasudev's SFD PDF) should also be made available.
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Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 11:36 AM
To: TTLUG list
Subject: [ttlug] TTLUG's website suggestions
I have been quietly working on the ttlug's website in the background
(not constantly but when I have free time).
There is still plenty work to be done.
I need help from the group.
Let's keep this thread for any suggestions you can come up with for
the website. I'll take note of any suggestions and implement as much
as possible given their feasibility.
Right now, you can think of the site as a big wiki where registered
users can log in and create tutorials on linux stuff or work/tutorials
that they would like to share. (first someone is going to have to help
me port over the existing content from the old site....any
volunteers??). It's not as hard as it sounds. Any user can create
content and any user can make corrections by editing that content
(creating a revisions in the process).
All of the above is done via the web interface.....no programming
skills is necessary! As long as you can send an email, you can help
So, volunteers, contact me offlist. Let's keep this thread going for
any FEATURES that you would like to see on the website. anything that
you would like to bring up about the website (other than a feature
request) please start a new thread with an appropriate topic.
Some things that I have implemented so far:
1. Users can log in with OpenID
2. I made a wiki-type website using Drupal
3. Aggregating ttlug's yahoo mailing list RSS straight into the website
Areas where I need help:
- creating/porting over content from old site
- any designers on the list willing to throw their hand at coming up
with a design? If not, I can use a default drupal theme.
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