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Arnulf Christl arnulf.christl at ccgis.de
Thu Jun 22 14:28:54 EDT 2006

Hi Auke,
could you please attend to these tasks? It is basically shifting around 
content. Currently it looks like the easiest way to find them is through 
the Wiki:

Have a look into Africa, Brasil, Deutsch and Indonesia - they are all 
perfectly different. Africa and Brasil have a domain of their own. 
Deutsch has been set up as a mailing list of VisCom and Indonesia 
appears as a mailing list on the main mail list list (or something like 
that). If you can reunite them on one page and are prepared to add each 
new language/region/chapter there manually - fine, go ahead. If I can 
help, tell me what to do. Each materialized out of thin air and had to 
be put somewhere, now its hard to move them.

There are several perspectives from different user/visitors to the OSGeo 
web site that we need to have taken into account. Most perspectives that 
the CN infrastructure gives us are not the ones we want, If I want to 
see the projects I get this:

To avoid this we might need to create a few static web sites - or just 
link them from the Wiki.

This might be a good start:

Regards, Arnulf.

Arnulf Christl wrote:
> Hi
> could you please change the link to the Mapbender Mailing Lists page on:
> https://mail.osgeo.org/
> It should either point to:
> https://mapbender.osgeo.org/servlets/ProjectMailingListList
> (one-click subscription for OSGeo members)
> or:
> http://www.mapbender.org/index.php/Mapbender_Mailing_Lists
> (one-click subscription plus description)
> Please choose whichever WebCom deems better.
> It is somewhat hard to find a link to the Indonesian mailing list, it 
> only appears here:
> https://mail.osgeo.org/servlets/ProjectMailingListList
> Not hard, impossible. I added a page Indonesia, linked it from Local 
> Chapters and added the mailing list link there.
> Did the same for Brasil.
> All Local Chapters, Working, Lurking and Interesting Groups should do 
> this and we somehow should try to keep both sites in sync. No-no-no, 
> 'somehow' aint any good, we need somebody officially entitled and 
> charged to do it. Volunteers, do I hear you?
> Raggads, Arnulf.
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