Hi Stefan, Tom, David!
Thanks for raising this question ... since David already answered, I'd
like to comment some parts as well.
Personally, I think the current decision doesn't convey the "very
positive mood" of the discussion within the SC. Once the recording is
online, I suggest to listen to some of the statements ... I found it
Am Freitag, den 14.01.2011, 21:34 +0100 schrieb Stefan Weigel:
Am 14.01.2011 16:20, schrieb Andre Schnabel:
# decision: SC appoints a team of 4 people that will be responsible
for managing the website for a trial period of two months
this team consists of:
* David Nelson (for textual content)
* Christoph Noack (for user experience)
* Ivan Miskovic (for design)
* Christian Lohmaier (for infrastructure)
Is this for the international ("main") site only? Are we still
allowed to use our roles as authors and publishers in Silverstripe,
as we have done the past weeks?
As far as I understand - no changes with regard to the local teams.
I think the SC tried to achieve, that we do have a coordinated effort
for the international site - and all the local teams can benefit. For
example, I currently aim to raise some issues at the website mailing
list, since I hope that some local teams will listen there as well - in
the end, the English site addresses only a part of the whole community.
Next, I consider myself to be someone who may provide help and
support ... e.g. to help to evaluate proposals that are made with regard
to UX. Our aim should be to actively invite people to provide feedback
and shape content. But to implement this consistently, the team has been
I hope very much that the website team grows, so that we can share the
responsibility with many more people :-) Historically, the local teams
have much more experience providing dedicated sites ...
Stefan, does this help?
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