[Members] "Community events" page on the wiki

Jehan jehan at zemarmot.net
Wed Feb 25 11:14:48 CST 2009


On Wed, 25 Feb 2009 09:50:34 -0700, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>
> Sure. But let's think about how we want to do this. I see two options:
> 1. blog about it at blog.xmpp.org
> 2. create http://xmpp.org/events/ or /community/ or something like that,
> where people can post about events, meetups, etc.

Both options are complementary. xmpp.org website is more like you give a
central, but rather static information link. But people are looking for
news on the blog. So on the blog, we can make a small entry "hey guys,
there is a conference this day this place, and we will speak about XMPP."
and add a link to the static website.

> Thoughts?

How I see it on the website:
- On the main page, I would add a link "Events" on the left which directs
to http://xmpp.org/events/index.html.
- In http://xmpp.org/events/index.html, there would be a list of upcoming
events (with just the name of the events, the date and the place) and a
list of past events. And if people click on the events name, it would
direct to dedicated small page (stored in http://xmpp.org/events/ ) with
description of the event, program and feedback.
- On the main page as well, we may also add, under "Latest Spec Updates"
and "Latest Blog Posts" a few direct links to the closest XMPP-related

>> As you know, Peter, I would need this svn access only for a few days, as
>> after I will leave... This will be my swan song (though as a phoenix, I
>> may
>> revive some day).
> Oh, I think you'll be back. :)
> Peter

Yes maybe. :-)


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