I think let's go ahead and started with Phase 1, To me it looks like we're going to have to break this into groups once we get phase 1 knocked out. 
I have a document spelling out a portion of this. located here https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1K2O-gRdbkP0XATykk6LcPo6O5-JdQzK4QmPpuLoagQI
If you have a google account feel free to contact me in IRC via PM (nick: Inc) or email me here your google account so you're able to edit this document. I also created a room in order to allow for a place to talk about development located on IRC on the network:  irc.freenode.net in #inkscape-web . What I've got from this is Django is our best bet. One thing to have in mind, is we're going to have to have a universal login for the site, whether it be openid or google accounts whatever. That way users can login and submit their artwork etc.
thanks,
Ian

2010/11/25 Ian Caldwell <inchosting@gmail.com>
my bad, ok, and yes it has been sent to inkscape user list as well.

2010/11/25 Néstor Díaz Valencia <nestor@doodo.org>
Hi,


I am preparing a site map to get the whole picture of what we need.

I don't find useful to go for a three column design in the front page if
want to highlight 4 site areas. I agree with Alexandre on collecting
information before deciding in a design. Also, it doesn't involve that
people stop sending mockups, it's just many of these won't fit.

I am using this mindmapping online collaborative tool (it's the first
time I use it) and I think it can get us to have the work done.

http://www.mindmeister.com/70256281/inkscape-web-site-frontpage

the password is "vectorfun"

Feel free to tweak as much as you want.

And going back to mockups again, I think the announcement for mockups
should be done in the inkscape-user(s) list, "where designers live".
Nobody has commented on this.

Cheers,
n3storm


El 24/11/10 04:49, Alexandre Prokoudine escribió:
> On 11/24/10, Ian Caldwell wrote:
>
>> sadly in my book Plone is completely out the window. I would not even
>> consider it. Sounds like Django is the winner, What do you say, We get some
>> Mock ups flowing? Ya osuosl says we're in the clear for django....
> I know I'm a stupid boring geek, but here I come saying again about
> collecting requirements first and doing designs later.
>
> Alexandre Prokoudine
> http://libregraphicsworld.org
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