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RE: [Bug-gnubg] documentation: website ground rules

From: Albert Silver
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] documentation: website ground rules
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 13:31:45 -0300

> Yes! Yes! Yes!
> I think everyone with write access to the CVS should be able to put up
> some kind of news into the web page, using some kind of web form. I
> think it's important that the users check back often. Maybe even the
> news should have categories like slashdot or www.gnomedesktop.org
> Our categories could be:
> Documentation
> Engine
> Ports
> Features
> Bugs
> (Just my first thoughts)
> Maybe this is a bit to much? I was just thinking as I typed.

How about something along the lines of Tom's Hardware
(http://www.tomshardware.com)? It has different categories on the same
page, highlighting the new articles and the date they were included.
Users can easily see what is new or not, as well as the dates, in case
they haven't visited regularly.


> > I have no previous experience of open source projects, but it seems
> > to me that any timescale set would be fairly artificial and probably
> > not  affect the progress that much? Though I am curious if there's
> > any ballpark figure for the release of version 1: six months, two
> > years?
> The time for the release of GNU Backgammon 1.0 will be 12 months.
> This number, 12 months, has been constant for the last 4 years. ;-)
> -Øystein
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