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Re: [vox-tech] Zope Tools for Content Management
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Re: [vox-tech] Zope Tools for Content Management

I agree with the wiki idea.

Most of the problem with content management is not with the
software but with the humans. (I guess you could say that
about all systems). The wiki paradigm is easy to grasp and
maintain in a large or small group. It is easy to add and
modify content and noone will be intimidated by the system.
If they are intimidated they will not use it, end of story
, game over.

There are many good wiki applications.

-- Andy

--- Rod Roark <rod@sunsetsystems.com> wrote:
> On Thursday 23 January 2003 12:24 am, David Siedband
> wrote:
> > Anyone out there used Zope for collaborative content
> management?  I am
> > setting up a portal for researchers in an environmental
> planning
> > process, and I'm interested to hear people's thoughts
> on some of the
> > different CMF add ons that are out there.  So far I've
> been playing with
> > Plone and NuxeoCPS, but I'm weighing them against
> building from basic
> > Zope constructs like Property Folder/Object and
> AbraObj.
> Before turning this into a complex project, consider a
> very
> easy one.  TWiki is very handy for collaborative document
> and web site management.  http://www.twiki.org/.
> -- 
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