[development] Site credits module
kb at 2bits.com
Sun Apr 15 00:14:55 UTC 2007
On 4/13/07, Moshe Weitzman <weitzman at tejasa.com> wrote:
> > <h1>Site documentation for Example.com <http://Example.com></h1>
> > <h2>Goals</h2>
> > [insert site goals here; why does the site exist? who's its target
> > market?]
> > <h2>Overview of architecture</h2>
> > [insert overview of architecture here; how various pieces fit
> > together and why]
> I have been thinking about a related module that might make sense to fold
> into yours. ideally mine would be in core one day. the idea is to tell the
> story of a site's construction.
> i call this fictional module 'credits' or 'colophon'. and admin enables
> and a page shows up at a known path like /credits. there, the admin can
> in some summary info about the site and the designers, developers,
> etc. who work on the site. the role of each might optionally be detailed.
> in addition i would add a more drupal specific section where admin can
> optionally disclose what modules/themes are in use and can make comments
> about innovative use of each.
> i would even have this module expose a microformat so that this data
> be aggregated and presented somewhere, one day. i did a bit of research
> didn't see any prior art for web site credits microformat.
> sorry for hijacking this thread a bit.
Colophon is the common name for such pages on many sites.
The feature module used on Drupal.org can be a base for what you want.
It has "categories" that show up as heading (could be designers, developers,
...etc.) and under it there are descriptions.
A few checkboxes can be added to say "show Drupal version number", and "show
Drupal development, customization and consulting.
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