Entice was set up by David Foster as a forum for CERN people running and developing websites to get together and define their content management infrastructure needs. When this led to the establishment of a new service at CERN - Drupal - David passed on the stewardship of Entice to Tim Bell. Now that Drupal at CERN has developed into a well-established service with a solid infrastructure, Tim has passed the baton on to me to take the group forward.
Where do we go from here? I have a couple of ideas, but I'd really like to hear from you. What do you need from Entice? How often should we meet? Should we maintain a clear focus on Drupal, or should we go back to the group's broader content-management roots?
I'd be really grateful if you could complete this short user survey (you can also complete it anonymously here if you prefer). I'll post the results of the survey on the Entice website later in March / April.
For our next meeting, I propose trying a new collaborative hack format where participants bring their Drupal site-building problems for input from the rest of the group. We'll try and do this on the afternoon 27 March - note the date. If you'd like to join a huddle to figure out the best format / space / theme for this event, please drop me a note. I'll post more details about this event on the Entice website and mailing list soon.
PS If you know of friends or colleagues who are not yet active in Entice but who might be interested, please pass on the link to the survey and encourage them to join the Entice e-group.
Dan Noyes on