WUG Share (blog) Webmaster User Group (WUG) Share is an open blog where California government webmasters and others can connect to share ideas and discuss solutions related to Web development. To be a blogger/contributor on WUG Share one must be an employee of a government agency. To sign up for an account on WUG Share, send an email to info(@)eservices.ca.gov. Here’s a quick list of what you would expect to see being discussed on WUG Share: Content Management Systems .Net Nuke (DNN) Drupal Ektron Joomla Maps Bing Maps Google Maps Mobile Applications Phones Templates Online Services Authentication Information Lookup Payment Transactional Social Media Blogs Facebook Flickr Podcasts RSS Twitter Video Wikis YouTube Web General Accessibility CSS HTML State Template Usability Webpage Parts Banners Calendars-Events Carousels Image Displays News Display Search Display 10 Comments rshield on February 25, 2010 at 1:13 pm Regarding your “quick list of what you would expect to see being discussed on WUG Share:”, does that mean that discussions or topics need to focus on those or not ? I ask because by far my biggest issue is my department’s lack of interest in participating actively in this new era of data sharing. As I have been told repeatedly, “we are not a reporting agency”. Does anybody else have similar issues? Are they allowed to be discussed here ? Log in to Reply Stacey Walker on February 25, 2010 at 1:20 pm This list is just a start… Feel free to discuss the web-related topics that mean the most to you. Yes, you can talk about data sharing, and any hurdles you are having… We should probably post this somewhere, but here are some general user rules: User Rules: We encourage your comments, ideas, and concerns and different points of view. However, we reserve the right to delete: -violent, obscene, profane, hateful, or racist comments -comments that threaten or defame any person or organization -solicitations, advertisements, or endorsements of any financial, commercial or non-governmental agency -comments that suggest or encourage illegal activity -multiple successive off-topic posts by a single user -repetitive posts copied and pasted by multiple users Be kind! Log in to Reply rshield on February 25, 2010 at 3:14 pm Okey-dokey. I think I got it. And I would like to think that I can easily stay within those rules… Hey, question though: Is there a tool that allows WPMU to use the sort of quickie codes that /. uses for the slashdot CMS ? Log in to Reply "Surf Rider" on February 25, 2010 at 3:58 pm Any chance of adding a WPMU category to the CMS list? I’ve spent a few years learning my PHP chops on WordPress and have a few tricks to share that might be useful for other WordPress admins/coders. Also I, um, noticed we’re using it here. :) Nice tool, huh? Log in to Reply Stacey Walker on February 26, 2010 at 11:16 am Yes, it can be added. Log in to Reply rshield on March 3, 2010 at 11:24 am With the open initiative would it be possible to get access to the survey you did on the last WUG meeting and maybe even put the results up here? Log in to Reply Stacey Walker on March 3, 2010 at 11:44 am You bet! I’ll get it. Log in to Reply stacey walker on March 4, 2010 at 1:31 pm Roland, here’s the WUG meeting eval report you asked me about. http://www.eservices.ca.gov/res/docs/pdf/app-sgizmo-com.pdf Log in to Reply Ron James on March 16, 2010 at 4:51 pm I am glad to see that you have come up with this idea of sharing. I believe having different ideas put together could create something extraordinary and useful. However, are you limited to California residents only? Log in to Reply Stacey Walker on March 17, 2010 at 12:19 pm The blog is primarily for California government webmasters and web developers to use. They can author posts and make comments on other posts. However, we have opened this up for anyone to comment on the posts and share their ideas. Log in to Reply Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.