[imc-cms] communicating with imc-cms and imc-tech/ drupal optimization
toya at linefeed.org
Sun Sep 28 09:25:14 PDT 2008
Hi welcome strypey,
I think is about time to call for a meeting so we can discuss how to compile
all the info we have so far for imc-cms, also discuss how to make a call to
invite more people to help on the project and to present the project to the
Another good topic is how we will organize ourselves so when new people arrive
we can point them to the groups or task team they should join according with
what they want to help out with.
For the prove of concept we organized ourselves in 3 teams - zapata was the
manager :PP (just kidding).
1. front end - cakephp + joomla (ryan)
2. connecting php with ice+python (yossarian, zapata, ekes)
3. ice server and producer (occam and toya)
Please correct me if I am wrong! There is a lot of good information on techmeet
page (http://techmeet.org) also at: http://dev.bunke.indymedia.org/
and some info are just at people's personal servers, like graphics etc.
We need to put all this together and start planing the next-steps (call and presentation
of the project to the network, organize working groups, build schedules etc).
So should we arrange a meeting for next sunday? What people think of it?
Em Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 01:50:44AM +1300, strypes escreveu:
> Kia ora koutou
> I finish university in early November. After that I could do some
> html-izing and other other simple, but time consuming coding work. A
> sort of indy summer of code (which will be the season here).
> I will get stuck and need advice. I was about to revive the idea of
> setting up an imc-alt-tech list, but on reflection it would be sensible
> for me to join the imc-cms and ask such questions there. So I've done
> that. I'll keep an eye on the archives of the tech list too (does anyone
> know how to set up listserver.indy.org lists in an .rss feed reader that
> runs on Linux
> BTW For anyone who's using Drupal (or planning to migrate), here is some
> advice on improving performance and security for indydrupal sites I
> picked up off imc-tech tonight:
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