[Red5] Red5 Portal
neoriley at gmail.com
Sat Nov 26 11:32:49 EST 2005
Yeah, Dominick is doing a great job helping us all out in keeping up with
our "real" jobs and Red5 - LOVE you D!
It's true, Chris and I had already been walking down this path as far as the
Red5.org site, but we failed to tell everyone else. Mainly because of just
being rediculously busy. I apologize to everyone, we should have said
something since there's such an interest!
Dominick, we want to get you up to speed so you maybe we can have you help
this effort along - more on that offlist ;)
I promise, next week, we'll be getting a few things on the ball. Right now,
we've actually been spending alot of time talking about our next moves and
helping people understand what Red5 is all about, how we've created what we
have, where we hope to go and why we believe we believe we've done
everything by the book. Also, we're working in cooperation with
OSFlash.orgin helping people understand *what*
OSFlash.org IS and why we exist.
Anyway, it's MUCH deeper than putting out a basic site, there's alot more
involved with how we present and what we present to everyone.
Hope that helps a bit, and trust me, we're working VERY hard at getting this
done, but we're making sure we're doing it RIGHT the first time ;)
On 11/26/05, Dominick Accattato <daccattato at gmail.com> wrote:
> Claudio, I think this looks good too. I do want to make sure that we
> follow procedures set forth by our Project Managers (John Grden and Chris
> Allen). I can't speak for them, but theres so much interest in Red5 and so
> many different perspectives, that there will probably be a waterfall
> approach where one site leads off to the many R5 perspectives of the
> community. I realize that some of the people on this list have contacted me
> with their ideas off list. This is probably because I dedicated a site to
> Red5, however the site is personal and any R5 interests still have to go
> through the correct channels. I await the public facing Red5 site as well.
> In fact, I still think that the wiki may be the official site. What would
> be good though is if we have simiar information on our personal Red5 sites.
> This information might include Red5 blogs, Red5 services, demo's, tutorials,
> etc etc... Maybe this information could be exposed through a webservice so
> that each individual site could display common Red5 technology. Even a "I
> support Red5" logo of some sort. Anyway, I do think that site is cool and
> congrats on your open source cms system. Lets see what the project managers
> come up with.
> On 11/24/05, Claudio Erba - Docebo.com <lists at docebo.com> wrote:
> > Jim Tann wrote:
> > >Just a thought, not criticizing, it is a nice looking site. I just
> > >thought that as this community is all about flash maybe the site could
> > >be in flash.
> > >
> > >Jim
> > >
> > >
> > Yes, it were my first question to Dominick and he told it doesn't matter
> > ... IMHO we can think to add a videconference and chat module in flash,
> > this means more flexibility in manage content and in SEO activity
> > My 2 cents
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