jonathan.roberts.uk at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 19 16:24:19 UTC 2008
I raised this on the infrastructure list as I'd personally love to see
news.fp.o get going sooner rather than later. Initially I was just
inquiring about the current state of the project, but Mike pointed out
that wordpress is set to be used in other parts of infrastructure and
so might make deployment easier if we could use this as well.
I had a little look at word press and it seems like it fulfills most
of the goals listed in the ticket, but take a look below for my
detailed thoughts. I don't know if people want to focus this
conversation on one list, but I've posted to both marketing and news
because I think both groups could definitely make use of it (I
certainly have ideas kicking around from a marketing perspective!) ..
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mike McGrath <mmcgrath at redhat.com>
Date: 18 Feb 2008 23:19
Subject: Re: news.fp.o
To: fedora-infrastructure-list at redhat.com
On Mon, 18 Feb 2008, Jonathan Roberts wrote:
> > Its just waiting for a leader from the news site to take the project over.
> > I'd highly suggest looking to see if wordpress can do what you want it to
> > as it looks like we'll be deploying it elsewhere in our infrastructure.
> I've just taken a quick glance at wordpress and it looks like it will
> more than likely do the job, two points that I'm not so sure about
> * seperate rss feed for upcoming events
> * allowing anyone to submit a story for editors approval
> To me these two seem fairly minor and can probably be worked around
> through clever work flows...based on that I'm happy for wordpress to
> be used but I guess should check with the news/marketing teams.
> I'm happy to pick this up and lead it but I think should run past rest
> of news/marketing first. Definitely think it's something we want doing
> as soon as we can :)
Just to be clear, we certainly don't *have* to pick wordpress for news,
but it would make things easier on the Infrastructure team and ultimately,
probably easier on you guys if it'd work.
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