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Due date: almost 5 years ago (2009-05-26)

Responsible user: dcumber

Design the churchin webpages and how it may appear to the "customer". Consider

1. color coordination and different options.
2. Layout of links
3. What modules would be best suited on the front page
4. Design of any subpages

There is no requirement to set this up in HTML, just an image design of 800 X 600.

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Due date: almost 5 years ago (2009-05-29)

Responsible user: AndreTheHunter

Working with Daniel, set up and build the SQL database that will be used in the administration of the data held for the website.

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Due date: almost 5 years ago (2009-06-30)

Responsible user: James Helm

Study the database design in the wikis and contact Daniel and Andre. Come up with a functional Website administrators area.

Things to consider:
1. The ability to navigate to any page from any page
2. Multiple record editing, deleting and adding where possible
3. Levels of access

This area will probably tie in with the user level access.

NOTE: While you may be able to get the initial setup done, testing will probably not be able to be conducted until the SQL Database is completed to a point. You can discuss this with Andre and Daniel.

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Due date: about 4 years ago (2010-04-16)

Responsible user: Daniel Kendall

Create a admin menu for when the admins login.
Also create a member menu.

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Due date: about 4 years ago (2010-04-23)

Responsible user: Matthew Bolte

This is a long term task. The aim of this is to provide a mechanism that will allow the possibility for any businesses to sponsor the site as it grows. The long term goals for the site entail spreading to different regions. Some structure of an organisation would allow the facilitation of funds management and accountability.

While the Technical people work of the finer points of the website itself, we need to source people that have a knowledge and ability to set up the organisation as a not for profit organisation that can effectively manage assets legally.

Matthew, I would not expect you to do this alone. However, with your network, you may be able to identify people that have the knowledge of this requirement and source them to join the group and help set this aspect of the project.

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2. If not already done, update the skills section of your profile in order to (IOT) accurately determine deadlines, progress reports and completion dates.
3. Provide a list of subtasks, if any along with the duration of each subtask and what skill you think may be required.

Please place any update notes in this area.

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Due date: almost 4 years ago (2010-04-30)

Responsible user: Dean Ellis

Develop Help files for the site as it is being built. Ensure there is enough detail so that users are able to open the help system and learn how to perform the tasks available.

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Due date: almost 4 years ago (2010-06-15)

Responsible user: Daniel Kendall

<<fix up later>>