Here's what I'm thinking:

I want to rename "Organizational" to "Org" to make it easier to type. I want to rename "Www" to "Pub" because I think "Www" looks funny. Then we would have these webs:

  • Main Web is reserved for user pages (since there tend to be a lot of them) and registration
  • TWiki and Test for obvious reasons
  • Pub Web is our "main public" Web
  • Org Web is our "internal" Web

Basically, I feel that having a bunch of webs just makes thing difficult. The only reason to have even the two "Pub" and "Org" Webs (rather then just "Pub") is that a lot of people don't care about the inner workings of GNHLUG; they just want Linux info and meeting information. So I separate that out. But the planning of projects, etc., is, IMO, the same as the planning of meetings, etc., and thus should all go here. Information useful to the Linux/FOSS community at large belongs in the "Pub" web, including the results of projects that are suitable for web publication.

What do others think?

-- BenScott - 06 Feb 2004

The "Pub" content would be that which is of interest to the general public. Information about GNHLUG and about Linux would belong in the "Pub" Web. "Org" content would be that which is of interest only to GNHLUG Organizers and Volunteers. It is still public knowledge, it just isn't general public interest.

-- BenScott - 10 Feb 2004

I put the GNHLUG? web back to cover things like projects that GNHLUG is involved in. I was keeping the Organizational web for things that the steering committe is interested in.

As far as renaming Organizational to Org, I'm OK with that, but shouldn't we be concerned about bookmarks to the Organizational web? -- BruceDawson - 12 Feb 2004

Revision: r1.3 - 12 Feb 2004 - 16:05 - BruceDawson
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