Reorganized the History site on the basis of Future/Current students rather than Undergrad/Grad, using a spreadsheet plan they sent me last week. There are a couple of minor queries I've sent to them, but basically everything seems to be working fine. The site is published to the dev servers (and currently restricted to publishing only there). When they're ready to go live next week, they'll contact JS and arrange to have the live site nuked, and then publish to live.
History have come up with a well-organized plan for a site reorg, from Undergrad/Grad to Future/Current. We're going to carry out that change before we start on the template change. I'm going to implement it next week (starting 17th); I've arranged with JS to turn off live publishing on Monday morning, and I'll make the changes and publish to dev, then the following week (when I'm away), TG will check everything's OK then tell JS to turn live publishing back on, clean out the old site, and publish to live.
Another site planning meeting today.
Sorted out navigational structure.
Revised our current outline according to today's discussed changes.
Sent revised outline to TI, SC (PAAS) for their review and comments
Arranged 2nd meeting with TI,SC (P&A) Stewart and myself for
PAAS new Cascade site.
Agenda: sort out navigational scheme
Reviewed PAAS' site layout.
Sent email to PAAS with recommended layout changes.
Meeting again next week with PAAS to discuss layout changes
Prepared tentative outline with revised navigational structure in
readiness for next meeting.
Built Cascade skeleton site for Med. St.
Published to pre-prod.
Sent email to SA (Med.St) and SA (HCMC) advising site ready for content.
Received approval from Med.St. regarding the Cascade spreadsheet plan
Med.St. instructed plan be submitted to communications
Feb.17/14: plan submitted to communications as requested for approval and account provisioning
Updated site with 2014 Study Abroad -Field School poster information.
Stewart and I met with TI & SC (P&A) to discuss changes to their existing pre-prod
Cascade site (currently using 2007 template)in order to migrate site to the newer version of Cascade.
Attended yesterday's content workshop presented by CW (communications).
Copy of presentation and results of questions asked at session is forthcoming.
This blog is intended to collect together all that we discover about the Cascade CMS system as we work through the Humanities departmental websites.
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