[PGCanada] Plans for website

Andrew Sly sly at victoria.tc.ca
Thu Apr 7 09:37:26 PDT 2005

I must admit that I am partial to the idea of a simple
interface that anyone can come to and get the text he
wants. I'm not particularly attached to the idea of
presenting a text (like the German Projekt Gutenberg-DE)
in one part of the screen and surrounding it with
other information.

While we are dreaming, a dream of mine is to have a
simple, basic, stable interface to the collection which
can be translated into multiple languages. (Anything
that changes too often would likely pose a problem
in requiring updates to different language versions.)


On Thu, 7 Apr 2005, Jen Zed wrote:

> As an update, my work on the site is coming along. I've got some
> simple wire-frames posted on the wiki:
> http://www.jenzed.com/pgcawiki/pmwiki.php?n=Main.Wireframes. I'd
> appreciate people's comments and ideas about how they'd like the site
> to look / work / etc. Please feel free to post thoughts either here or
> on the wiki.
> Currently, I'm experimenting with Drupal (http://www.drupal.org) as
> our front-end and  content-management system, but I've yet to arrive
> at the stage where I can validate that it will meet our needs. I
> expect that I'll have a prototype up within two or three weeks.

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