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Re: Temporary FI platform



Sure, I'd be happy to help out with posting docs, testing things out,
reporting back, etc.

Question: are you planning on setting up pre-defined tags, buckets,
categories, etc. for the system? Or have these even been determined -
or waiting to be determined based on how the workflow feels once it's
set up? I'm happy to provide feedback there - if needed - I'm kind of
a document organization neat-freak (if only I could figure out how to
apply this OCD trait to my closet).

How will access be defined? Will there be more of a web-based "apply
for access / permissions" thing, or will it be tied to my
fedoraproject id? And if it is the latter, is there a specific group I
should apply to to get the ball rolling?

-r

On 8/14/09, Mel Chua <mel redhat com> wrote:
> Well, that was quick. Ignore my last email - seems like I misspoke.
>
>>> Are the same things that were blocking zikula for the docs team blocking
>>> zikula for marketing? Would it be that hard to get even an initial,
>>> relatively blank zikula instance on servers that are not covered by the
>>> Infrastructure change freeze and then work on polishing that?
>
> After a conversation in #fedora-websites with ricky and poelcat, the
> answer to "can we make a zikula-based FI go live for F12?" now seems
> like this:
>
> * we aren't sure...
> * but there actually aren't any good reasons why it wouldn't work,
> * so we should try it until we hit an actual blocker.
>
> The legal things I thought were blocking zikula for us were actually
> blocking zikula for docs, *not* marketing. All 3 packages we need for an
> FI zikula instance (zikula, zikula-module-crpTag, and
> zikula-module-News) are already packaged and legal-happy. And zikula is
> extremely easy to set up. I just followed
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/How_to_set_up_a_Zikula_sandbox, and in 14
> minutes I went from "which packages should I download?" to "logged into
> working local instance with both modules installed."
>
> So the next step is to get a test instance up. I'm working on this right
> now and it should be pretty quick (I expect to have it up and running by
> our Tuesday meeting, given that once I get through all the "join
> Infrastructure!" stuff it should take no more than 14 minutes for me to
> do this all again). The ticket is
> https://fedorahosted.org/marketing-team/ticket/14 - again, I've got it,
> but if someone gets to it faster than I do (probably super-late tonight;
> if not, Monday) I have no objections to that. :)
>
> After it's up, we're going to need a few testers to learn how to use
> Zikula and try putting up a few articles (using old content from F11 as
> dummy text) to see how the workflow goes. Robyn, if you'd like to run
> forward with this once the test instance is set up, that would be
> immensely awesome. I expect people to get confused the first time
> through, so the real goal of the first test run will be to document our
> confusion so we can figure out how to fix it. :)
>
> (then again, it was way easier than I expected to install, so maybe
> it'll be easy to learn as well! I couldn't figure it out, but I was only
> able to spend 5 minutes trying, and didn't look for tutorials or anything.)
>
> --Mel
>


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