Differences between revisions 9 and 10
Revision 9 as of 2006-05-12 08:28:06
Size: 4058
Revision 10 as of 2006-05-16 11:31:25
Size: 22
Editor: tried-and-failed
Deletions are marked like this. Additions are marked like this.
Line 1: Line 1:
## Any line with two hash marks will not show on final Wiki page
## This file is WeeklyMeetingDayMonthYearTemplate

## Add Wiki location make sure there is a page with address
'''Location:''' LinuxFund [[BR]]
## Add date below in this format Day Month Year
'''Date:''' 15 April 2003 [[BR]]
'''Planned Start Time:''' 6:30 PM [[BR]]
## document actual meeting time not what was planned below
'''Actual Start Time:''' 6:55 PM [[BR]]
## wiki name of notetaker (your name)
'''Scribe:''' Don Park [[BR]]
'''Role call:''' [[BR]]
## wiki name where available. here are some current regulars. do a head count of the room too.

## DaveJensen, AlinaJensen, SamChurchill, Dat N., LonnieWormley, DonPark, DarrinEden,
## AdamShand, AaronBaer, EugeneKeam, NatPowning, JerrittCollord, Nat P., AaronJohnson

## fill in items pre-meeting and subitems during the meeting.

## * item (round to five min intervals, write length of time spent on item)
## * subitem

## * second item
## * subitem
## * subitem

## '''Next meeting:'''
## * Facilitator - rotate this duty through the group, decide who is doing it the week before
## * Scribe - do we want a separate scribe and facilitator, AaronJohnson has found this works well in ## other consensus based groups. (sounds good to me -- AdamShand)
## * Time - 7pm
## * Date - 21 Jan 2003
## * Location - LinuxFund, for example. sometimes FireSide

I just got back from tonight's weekly meeting. Here is what happened.
Pio Sq reinstall - Brian B. is going to build a new image, based on the
urban grind install. Then it will be checked out for completness and
installed next week.
Content Management System - some good discussion about what web framework
to move to so we can implement the next iteration of the personal telco
Going into this discussion we all agreed that CSS and Postgresql are cool.
What we need is wiki functionality and custom interactive apps such as the map server and member roster maintenance.
We started the talk with languages. There are many skilled developers in
our group, but the common thread was python. Most everyone had an interest
in python. Our current moinmoin wiki is already written in python. We
looked at how python modules can be written for moinmoin, but it wasnt
written as a general framework. Zope was shown off and the general feeling
at the end of the meeting is that Plone (plone.org) for interactive
applications and ZWiki (zwiki.org) as our wiki could work together since
they both are Zope apps and this route is our best direction forward.
Nothing was finalized. Adam said he'd get zope, plone, and zwiki on
bone (there are deb packages) so we can take a closer look.


## Add a link to the next weeks wiki notes at the end of this weeks using the following format, Day is a ## number, Month is a word, and Year is a four digit number, like this,

## WeeklyMeetingDayMonthYear

## Thank you for taking notes. They are very important. Check over your work and post
## a link to announce@lists.personaltelco.net when your finished. If you have any questions
## ask ops@personaltelco.net
Line 77: Line 3:
[CategoryMeetingNotes] CategoryNode

WeeklyMeeting20030415 (last edited 2007-11-23 18:01:39 by localhost)