TROST: Open-System Trustworthiness
Construction Structure


0.0.7 2017-07-01 -10:02 -0700

Superior Structure: none
Local Infrastructure:       construction.htm  Construction Zone
             index.htm TROSTing Construction Structure (this page)
           keybase.txt proofs
LiveSearchSiteAuth.xml  Windows Live Search Authorization
Immediate Content:      default.htm  TROSTing Home Page
 attribution.htm  [tbd]
     contact.htm  TROSTing Contact Information
    trosting.htm  About TROSTing Web
Subordinate Structure:          dev/ Development
infoNotes (descriptive/documentation Notes)
    patterns/ [tbd]
    projects/ Project Coordination

   templates/ [tbd]
Subordinate Infrastructure:     _private/ reserved for use by FrontPage Extensions
     cgi-bin/ [not browser accessible]
construction/ Construction Material
      images/ standard images directory
Related Materials: Construction Material


TROSTing> repaving> 2011-11-25 announcement>

TROSTing Is Being Repaved.

The Construction Structure and Content of this site is being repaved by customization of material scavenged from other nfoCentrale sites and the systematic upgrade of the style of this site.

Check the Repaving Project pages for additional details on the approach and its tracking.  Contact the TROSTing technical coordinator with questions and to report any defects that you notice.



You're at the Front Porch Construction-Structure of the TROSTing site.  The front porch provides overall entrance material.  It is the root of the content of the site and the anchor of the construction structure scaffolding atop which the site content is built.

All TROSTing content is reachable from this front porch (i.e., by browser entry and navigation at the front porch or by use of a URL that specifies a path into the site). 

The construction structure is the scaffolding of connected folders that serves as the framework for content development and maintenance.  The construction structure is carried in index.htm pages like this one.  The front porch (the root) and each subfolder has an index.htm page for that purpose.  During early stages of site development, navigation to content might be primarily via the construction structure.  As more-polished organizations are developed, they will be grafted over the construction structure.  The scaffolding is never removed, it merely fades beneath the main background.

This pattern of construction is the current style for all nfoCentrale sites.  It is a form of TROSTing as well.

This web page is part of the engineering, construction-management, maintenance, and infrastructure of the TROSTing site.  You are welcome to explore this and other construction-structure pages.   You'll need your hard hat and safety shoes.

Revision History
0.0.7 2017-07-01-09:10 Adjust to Latest Repaving approach
0.06 2011-11-27T00:26Z Branch and Repave
Replace as top-level Construction Structure page in accordance with nfoCentrale style.  The previous text is now at TROSTing.htm 0.05.
0.00 2005-04-30T24:55Z Early Scaffolding; last updated 2005-05-07T19:00Z
The site consists of scaffolding, exposed girders, tarp-covered stacks of materials, and some rickety boards across puddles on the excavated earth.  There is a hastily-erected construction shack and some strings of bare bulbs where the construction team is laying out work and hammering forms for a durable project office that will house the prime contractor's architectural and engineering team. 
     A board fence along the site perimeter carries initial notices about the construction.  One sign provides contact information.  A knothole in the fence reveals shadowy movement, rumbling equipment, and the whine of a rotary saw.  Arc-welder sparks splash out from the darkness of the freshly-prepared foundation.
     The pre-dawn sky dimly silhouettes an array of jutting pilings and projecting beams, as if preventing the flight of a sky-pointed crane atop one corner's girders.

Construction Zone (Hard Hat Area)

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created 2005-02-07-21:31 -0800 (pst) by orcmid
$$Author: Orcmid $
$$Date: 17-07-01 10:03 $
$$Revision: 49 $