On Oct 10, 2012, at 2:21 PM, Josh Berkus wrote:
> Since pugs.postgresql.org is long gone, I'd like to have a page on
> www.postgresql.org which just lists the user groups like this:
> web page
> mailing list
> San Francisco
> This seems like a good job for a basic Django app, editable through
> Admin. There's low churn on the data, so it shouldn't be much trouble
> to maintain. If people approve of
> this idea, I'll start tinkering with it on a fork.
> It would also be a reasonable thing for the wiki, EXCEPT that our wiki
> pages have a Google search rank of approximately zero, so putting
> anything like this on the wiki is a guarantee that nobody looking for it
> will find it.
+1 for having this list on the site
If we go the website route, Selena and I had started code for the new site pugs site, perhaps some of this code could be reused: http://git.postgresql.org/gitweb/?p=pgpugs.git;a=summary
I'm not sure if this is possible with the wiki, but an alternative idea is we do use a wiki page, but have the output embedded onto the main postgres webiste. Or possibly have a link off of the main postgres website e.g. http://www.postgressql.org/community/pugs that does a permanent redirect to the wiki.
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