[plug] Attention, webcritters!

James Devenish devenish at guild.uwa.edu.au
Fri Apr 9 14:58:15 WST 2004

In message <04040914362303.23048 at oberon.amber.com.au>
on Fri, Apr 09, 2004 at 02:36:23PM +0800, skribe wrote:
> Cameron wrote:
> > but Postnuke seems unnecessarily complicated to do simple things.
> RTFM =)

I think that might have been Cameron's point ;-)

> In fact much of the information on the site is out-of-date and some
> hasn't changed since I was admin. if you're not going to keep the site
> up-to-date, then why bother having a web site at all?

I reviewed the "Club Stuff" content a few weeks or months ago, so I hope
it's not particularly out of date. The "past seminars" are out of date
because there has been trouble collecting articles/slides from speakers,
although some recent ones have appeared on speakers' personal websites
-- something that should be chased up but was obviously forgotten. As
for the "AGM 2001" information -- I haven't been able to edit the menus
in the past. As for the fora...well...that's not so much of an admin
issue. With regards to the "Web Site" section, yes, some of that could
be removed due to its age. But although there might be a lot of
out-of-date news, I'm not sure whether it is good form to actually
remove those from "the historical record". Although there may be a lack
of many new submissions, it would seem a shame to withdraw the facility.

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