[ILUG-BOM] Website for ILUG-BOM

Rajeev R. K. rajeevrk at gmail.com
Sun May 14 15:59:58 IST 2017

On 14-May-2017 12:51, "J T Dsouza" <jtd1959 at gmail.com> wrote:

On Sun, May 14, 2017 at 10:29 AM, Raghavendra Kamath <
raghavendr.raghu at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everybody,
> Now that we are having the meetings on every second Saturday.
> I think we should have a central place to post updates, announcements
> pictures recorded sessions etc for archiving purpose and also for
> convenience of others in the group.

Creating a site is welcome. Maintaining it is a pain. Nonetheless go ahead.

Hey guys,

Hope you all had a great meeting, and that you remembered to take video s
of the talks even.

Regarding the website, I guess I can volunteer to host and manage the site
for now. We could keep it simple and make it a normal static site, but
since I can only spare a couple of hours a week to update it, it'll be
better if it's on a CMS so others can share in the workload.

What say you all to either a normal or drupal based site? Can have a
skeleton site put together tonight and see how it goes...


> Do we have a website? I searched but I couldn't find it. I think we have
> the domain http://ilug-bom.org.in/ which has a note pointing to the
> mailing list.
> What do you guys think about creating a website?
> It can be static, generated via Jekyll or pelican.
> Rushabh had an idea of hosting from GitHub pages, I think it is good idea
> if hosting space is a problem.
> In my opinion having a website will surely help newcomers, to know what
> kind activities happen in the group, before they subscribe to the mailing
> list.
> I also noticed that there is a twitter handle - @ilugbom, although it
> seems dormant now.
> Do we know who has the access to this account? It will be nice if we can
> tweet the recent happenings in the group such as the PIL by Mr. Milind
> What do you guys think?
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