RE: Where'd the FAQ webpage go?

From: Alex Burgel <alex_at_chachacharming_dot_com>
Date: Wed Jan 07 2004 - 21:33:47 CST

i think we should have it all on one server. its easier to maintain. and its a
pretty simple site right now... we don't need lots of hardware all over the
place.

drupal for content management seems fine to me. though i don't have much
experience with it.

we can use the other servers for testing. but we should have 1 openvote.org with
all the live stuff.

i'm biased towards the pair.com server, since i use them for my own stuff and
have had good experiences with them, but we should settle on something soon, so
we can move everything there and transfer the domain.

--alex

On 1/7/04, Laird.Popkin@wmg.com said:

>Cool.
>
>Right now we have a bunch of pieces online that we should pull together
>(look and feel, etc.):
>
>- the current static web site at http://www.openvoting.org/
>- phpMyFAQ on http://com.openvoting.com/faq/
>- Wiki on http://gnosis.python-hosting.com/cgi-bin/wiki.cgi
>- Drupal (for testing as a CMS) on
>http://www.cwfarchives.com/drupal/drupal-4.3.1/
>- Guestbook (for testing) on http://gyaku.pair.com/~vote/guestbook.php
>
>As far as the web site goes, I have a few questions:
>- Should we move everything to a single server? We can leave them separate,
>but it's a bit harder to manage.
>- Do we want to use Drupal for Content Management?
>
>I'm happy dealing with all of the tech issues, moving the software around,
>etc., but I think that we should decide that's what we want to do, first.
>:-)
>
>- LP
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: owner-voting-project@afterburner.sonic.net
>[mailto:owner-voting-project@afterburner.sonic.net]On Behalf Of Alex
>Burgel
>Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2004 10:48 PM
>To: voting-project@lists.sonic.net
>Subject: RE: [voting-project] Where'd the FAQ webpage go?
>
>
>as for hosts, don't forget that we have gyaku.pair.com
>
>it was generously provided for us by pair.com, it has these features:
>
>http://www.pair.com/services/web_hosting/webmaster.html
>
>right now, there is a PHP guestbook on it, but i haven't had time to make it
>look pretty yet.
>
>http://gyaku.pair.com/~vote/guestbook.php
>
>--alex
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