About the Global Developers' Team, and the Phoenix Project:
Partly from the old Development Team, was born the now Global Development Team, created by popular demand for greater coordination and better communication within the movement. Within the Global Development Team, a project was created, called the Phoenix Project aka TZM 2.0 Redesign, in order to address global concerns about the International Site, as well is international coordination, and cooperation.
The Phoenix Project its functions and plans are described in the wiki site, previously posted here:
Part of the Phoenix Project mandate was to define the system to be created, which was the first Milestone, which has produced this description and definition of the Phoenix Project.
To create an all encompassing web site, with which will allow maximum free flow of information, easy to find, with features to accommodate a wide variety of projects and activities generated by teams and chapters. Technically, it points to the use of one or more platforms, with the ability to converged on the same web pages. Drupal and CMS are amongst the underlying systems. Open Atrium is but a small portion taking advantage of the Drupal facilities. Because of the wide variety of sources, and locations of ready or partially ready software and modules, two other key pieces of software will be considered: Web Site Integration and Content Management systems. The first, can gather information from any system anywhere, and make it appear in a web site, and the second, can manage the arrangement of the information thus gathered, all in a seamless system. This further allows user content management control, where he can, from a long list of components, create his own front page which contains what he needs and wants. Further analysis through the compilation phase of the project, will flesh out more precise elements.
Are there any other projects in the Dev team apart from those listed in