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From "Robert Koberg" <...@koberg.com>
Subject Re: dynamic sitemap?
Date Fri, 11 Jan 2002 13:35:35 GMT

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stefano Mazzocchi" <stefano@apache.org>

> I don't like dynamic sitemaps and read my next mail to understand why.
>
> Moreover, nobody ever could come up with a meaningful example that
> *required* the use of a dynamic sitemap.
>
> But maybe you can. I'm all ears.
>

To me (and I am sure others) there are 3 phases and 3 sites/VMs to
developing a website et al:
- dev.site.com
- qa.site.com
- live.site.com

I think it would be good if cocoon could handle these. For dev, the team is
usually small and would work most efficiently if everything was able to be
dynamic (and used a storyboarding tool to layout the site :). qa and live
would be exactly the same and compiled. Perhaps dev and qa are supposed to
be on one machine and live is on your big machine.
---
It would also be nice to have promotion abilities. Perhaps by reading the
dynamic properties set[1] during the dev phase the system determines when
the site is promoted to qa, then to live.

best,
-Rob

[1] Properties set through a gui like:
- authors signing off on individual content pieces
- editors signing off on pages
- producers signing off on folders/sites
- etc
when all these are set to 'go' or something the site is preomoted to the
next level.


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