Yeah..I go along with Ulrich's point that we already have a wiki and need something other. A WCMS would fit that approach best. For example Drupal. It's modulised so we can easily add modules which show Jabber unique features. Features like
<a href="http://wiki.jabber.org/index.php/HTTP-Auth_suite">http://wiki.jabber.org/index.php/HTTP-Auth_suite</a> . I would be available to write one or two modules for it to like password lookup or online regestration, since you just need to lookup data from a database.
<a href="http://www.dict.cc/?s=things"></a><br><br><div><span class="gmail_quote">On 8/21/06, <b class="gmail_sendername">Ulrich Staudinger</b> <<a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a>> wrote:</span>
<blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;">Artur Hefczyc schrieb:<br>>>>> A related project might be re-doing the <a href="http://jabber.org">
jabber.org</a> website, but I'll<br>>>>> leave that for another thread. :-)<br>>>>><br>>>> If the a significant portion of the <a href="http://jabber.org">jabber.org</a> content is moving over
<br>>>> to <a href="http://xmpp.org">xmpp.org</a>, then I *beg* that we turn <a href="http://jabber.org">jabber.org</a> into a **end-user-<br>>>> centric** community-oriented website. As it currently stands, it is
<br>>>> very corporate/engineer oriented. Jabber (as a communications<br>>>> network) has a very large need for something like this, and I can<br>>>> think of no better place for it than <a href="http://jabber.org">
jabber.org</a>.<br>>>><br>>> +1. But we need to find a way to do this without spending too much<br>>> resources (all previous attempts to do such a site have failed<br>>> miserably until now).<br>
>><br>><br>> +1<br>> But.... there is always but..., look for comments in-line<br>><br>><br>>> I think that requirements should be:<br>>> - Wiki-based (because it's Web 2.0, and allows other parties to
<br>>> contribute)<br>>><br>><br>> Thats a good idea, any suggestions what wiki to use?<br>><br>><br>We have a wiki in place at <a href="http://wiki.jabber.org">http://wiki.jabber.org</a> . Mediawiki.
<br><br>Another aspect is that a halfhearted approach isn't good enough. As the<br>JSF we should have a good site, seamlessly appealing and feature rich,<br>with features unique for jabber.<br><br>Aspects should include<br>
* password lookup<br>* online registration<br>* web based messenger<br>* user helps user<br>* good CI ( yes, corporate identity and corporate design do matter )<br>and lot's more ...<br><br><br>Best regards,<br>Ulrich<br>