Send them to http://www.computerbank.org.au/new/
for the new site (it\'s not
finished) and to http://www.computerbank.org.au
for the old site. When we are
pretty happy with the NEW site - we will take down the old site. :)
I would wait to give the new url (that's my web development experience)
I have noticed that people are confused when are given 2 url (the normal
one and the new one). They bookmark them, and when the new site becomes
live....everyone is lost...
and when people from outside will see the development site, they
might complain about errors, spelling, dead links.....
And I think there is nothing worse than "site under construction"
I guess that's what we need to talk about: WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT STATEGY
From: "Don Cameron" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 21:06:34 +1000
Subject: [Computerbank] Re: computerbank digest, Vol 1 #14 - 9 msgs
May I also praise the efforts of those building the CB web - looks
fantastic! - My only critique would be to perhaps echo Frederick's
that in this world of Web-O-Mania, content is king, and the successful
1/ who is doing what (update the national site or state or both)
2/ time frame
3/ how often the content needs to be updated
4/ which content do we put there
5/ who is going to approve it
There is quite a few hands to help, but that needs coordination, don't
Do we work on a site map, to define main menu (or navigation items)
I reckon it is THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP on a new web site
When this is done, we can start working on the content, news, discussion....
so can we brain storm on the main sections?????
can we have the nsw set up too, with admin access so we can start putting
some ideas. (or ftp access to create it)
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 09:57:44 +1000
From: Sam Reid <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [Computerbank] Re: computerbank digest, Vol 1 #14 - 9
To help with c) I'm setting up a Nuked version of the CB Victoria site
(current site is at http://www.computerbank.org.au/victoria,
site will be at http://www.computerbank.org.au/new/vic),
which has a lot
more information on it than the national site. It carries the CB
constitution and lots of other frequently accessed documentation. The
new test site will be up this week some time.
Unless someone else has already started...
It would be good that everyone interested on the web project could
respond saying what they are working on.
What they want to do (converting content or programming stuff)
Which web site (national, states)
So we could may be allocate resources better or set up team
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