[LINK] ANAO report: Government Agencies' Management of their Websites
jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Thu Dec 18 18:58:10 EST 2008
At 06:40 PM 18/12/2008, Stilgherrian wrote:
>OTOH, a government website presumably has all content going through a
>multi-stage approval process. Someone has to write each page, have it
>checked, then run through one or more rounds of revisions before a
>final approval and cut-live. Doing that for $17 a page sounds rather
>cheap to me. $285 a page, not so much.
Not having read the report, the 900k page site may be:
1. hansard, and therefore a general output of something that already
has the content certification requirement regardless
2. database generated
Does it say who has 900,000 pages?
also, just because a site has a fewer number doesn't mean that it's
not also database generated.
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