[Grok-dev] Re: Initial Grok web site for 0.9
Philipp von Weitershausen
philipp at weitershausen.de
Wed Feb 28 11:44:08 EST 2007
Kevin Teague wrote:
> Latest static page:
> * "Now even cavemen can Grok Zope 3" graphic added. I broke out my
> graphics tablet, and did a little sketching - I was going to try this as
> slogan across the top, but it competed too much with the Grok image, so
> I put it inside the page.
LOL, the first thing I thought when I saw it was "a tombstone???".
Perhaps that's just me. The graphic is well done, otherwise...
> * Added the upright drawing of Grok
> * Added some links to the Grok sprint/blog stuff as suggested by Martijn
> I'm going to look at the Grok tutorial now and try adding some
> navigational elements so that we can perhaps have a 3 or 4 page static
> site for the 0.9 release.
> I can make the site available in my own SVN repo. Longer term, perhaps I
> should look into getting access to the Zope repo? It might also be cool
> to have a Grok Collective, a la the Plone Collective, where people can
> put Grokish code in less formal manner.
Yeah, it'd be good if we could contribute to smaller fixes on the
website. svn.zope.org definitely sounds good. We could add a
grok/website directory, as a sibling to grok/trunk, grok/branches,
grok/tags. What do you guys think?
Kevin, you need to become a Zope contributor anyways to add yourself to
> For hosting, I am willing to provide static, Zope 3 or Plone hosting
> access from my own server. I share this server with a few friends of
> mine, it's a single CPU AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2200+ with 1.5 GB of RAm. Not
> the speediest server around, but it's not too bad. Or do we have other
> resources that we can use for hosting?
Cool, thanks for the offer. I agree with Martijn.
By the way, I could not access your site from my ISP in Germany which
was very weird. Unfortunately, I forgot to get a traceroute and now I'm
on the road for a month... It would be quite inconvenient for me not to
be able to access the grok website :/. But it's clearly a problem on my
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