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>
> Saleem and Shreyank,
> Don't you have a team, is there a process ?
>
> Without further info, I'll do things by myself and define the updating
> process (which should be explained in the fudcon organization page and
> somewhere on the websites wiki page).
>

For the Fedora hosted FUDCon site [1], we followed a simple process.
We would just make the changes in HTML and templates, verify them and
then commit them. The changes would reflect on the website after a delay
of roughly 1 hour. ( One only needs commit access to do this ).

However, for the purpose of FUDCon Pune we [2] setup a separate instance
with Drupal / COD [3]. We wanted to have a dynamic website with many features
which were simply not possible with a static website like fudcon.fp.o [1].

Therefore, fudcon.fedoraproject.org was essentially not used for FUDCon Pune,
in which I was involved. Here is the relevant site:
http://fudcon.in/

If time is a constraint then I would suggest to go for a static web-site on
fudcon.fedoraproject.org, as configuring COD is a bit time-consuming task.
However, once it is configured correctly it will just work seamlessly.

Regards,
Saleem

[1] http://fudcon.fedoraproject.org/
[2] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon:India_2011_website_devel
[3] http://usecod.com/
[4] http://tuxdna.wordpress.com/2011/11/10/fudcon-in-online-face-of-fudcon-pune-2011/
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