[Members] jabber.org website mandate

Ulrich Staudinger us at activestocks.de
Mon Aug 21 04:04:11 CDT 2006

Artur Hefczyc schrieb:
>>>> A related project might be re-doing the jabber.org website, but I'll
>>>> leave that for another thread. :-)
>>> If the a significant portion of the jabber.org content is moving over
>>> to xmpp.org, then I *beg* that we turn jabber.org into a **end-user-
>>> centric** community-oriented website. As it currently stands, it is
>>> very corporate/engineer oriented. Jabber (as a communications
>>> network) has a very large need for something like this, and I can
>>> think of no better place for it than jabber.org.
>> +1. But we need to find a way to do this without spending too much
>> resources (all previous attempts to do such a site have failed
>> miserably until now).
> +1
> But.... there is always but..., look for comments in-line
>> I think that requirements should be:
>> - Wiki-based (because it's Web 2.0, and allows other parties to
>>   contribute)
> Thats a good idea, any suggestions what wiki to use?
We have a wiki in place at http://wiki.jabber.org . Mediawiki.

Another aspect is that a halfhearted approach isn't good enough. As the 
JSF we should have a good site, seamlessly appealing and feature rich, 
with features unique for jabber.

Aspects should include
* password lookup
* online registration
* web based messenger
* user helps user
* good CI ( yes, corporate identity and corporate design do matter )
and lot's more ...

Best regards,

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