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SEUL: Re: web page help..
Doug Loss wrote:
> Roger Dingledine wrote:
> > > I would like to help out with the administration of the seul.org web
> > > site.
> > >
> > > Here is what you wanted from the web page:
> > >
> > > - I would like to help out with the :
> > > * writing documents/web pages
> > > * Converting documents
> > > * Server Administration
> > > - Skills
> > > * Perl : Average abilitiy still got lot to learn.
> > > * Linux: loads of experience about 3 years(run two linux boxes at
> > > home, 3 at work).
> > > * Gimp: not much experience
> > > * Computers in general: Network/System Administrator of a small
> > > network at work/school.
> > > * Enlgish: written/speaking fluent.
> > > - time available: 10 hours a week maybe.
> > >
> > > If you would like more information please get back to me as soon as
> > > possible.
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > > Chuck Short
> > Alternatively, you could work with the seul-edu project (www.seul.org/edu/)
> > and make their pages more coherent. They have more people looking at them
> > than seul-pub, and they're a more active group. (You might skim the archives
> > at www.seul.org/archives/seul/edu/ to get an idea of what they're up to.)
> I agree with Roger on all the possibilities he listed. One thing that
> we talked about in the past was to try to come up with a SEUL "style"
> that all the SEUL pages could use. The SEUL home page and the seul-edu
> mainpage share similar looks, but we haven't propogated the look on to
> all the subsidiary pages.
> Wil Langford (I've CCed him on this) has been taking care of the
> seul-edu webpages, but I know the press of other committments has kept
> him too busy to take on much beyond content updates. I think he'd
> welcome some help.
> We tried to get Freehive <http://www.freehive.org> to help us with a
> site redesign, but nothing seems to have come of that. If you have any
> ideas for such a thing we'd all be glad to hear them.
> Doug Loss A life spent making mistakes is not only
> Data Network Coordinator more honorable, but more useful than a
> Bloomsburg University life spent doing nothing.
> firstname.lastname@example.org G. B. Shaw
That sounds good..
I have to look around first basically to see what there is first. :) I also
subscribed to the Independence mailing list as well.
Hopefully, the documents I have to go through will get to this afternoon some