Re: project of the week website.


when the project is up and running I will
add a lot of entries. I think we need to
make it easier for new hackers to 


Mathieu Lacage wrote:
> hi GNOME lovers,
> Miguel and I have discussed this yesterday and we _really_
> need someone to setup the folowing.
> We need a "projects webpage". This webpage has to list a bunch
> of simple projects into which people can step in easily.
> This webpage has to be integrated in the new GNOME website
> (in GNOME cvs, checkout cvs module gnomeweb-wml. You need wml on
> your machine to test it. debian users: 'apt-get --install wml')
> So, if you are interested, please mail me:
> and cc miguel:
> What we need to be able to do:
> 1) GNOME hackers must be able to add new entries in the database
> themselves through the web.
> To do so, you must have at least a simple certification system
> with passwords. So, you have to have an email adress which ppl
> can mail and ask for a password.
> The new entries should not be automatically added to the website
> but they should need a small manual thing to get them inside so
> that you can have a last review on the things which get into it.
> 2) users have to be able to browse the list of entries by package
> name (alphabetical order), difficulty level order, amount of time
> needed.
> 3) main webpage should list the latest addons.
> 4) Later, we will also need to have on the webpage a pointer
> to the main, longest, most difficult projects. If you complete
> one of those, you will be rewarded with a email
> alias :)
> 5) packages need to have the folowing fields:
>         - package name.
>         - where to get the package sources (gnome cvs, sourceforge or
>         tarball)
>         - email of a contact person for the project who can give more
>         details and take decision to merge it into the main source
>         tree.
>         - description of the project.
>         - estimation of the amount of time needed.
>         - estimation of the technical difficulty.
>         - pointers to documentation needed to complete the project.
> Best regards,
> Mathieu
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