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From Upayavira>
Subject Re: Expert pre-defined/community post-defined? [WAS: Community health]
Date Thu, 12 May 2005 14:36:51 GMT
Steven Noels wrote:
> On 12 May 2005, at 15:56, Sylvain Wallez wrote:
>> - inline WYSIWYS (what you see is what you structure, i.e. htmlarea or 
>> something similar, but no wiki or XML syntax)
> Check.
>> - version management, so that validated content can be published on 
>> while newer versions are being written
> Check (support for branches in 1.3M1)
>> - tagging, to produce the classification of docs and ease navigation
> There's support for multi-valued fields coming up in the next release. 
> You can embed queries in the navigation tree since 1.0.
>> - some management tools allowing to quickly see what has changed and 
>> needs to be validated.
> Don't fully understand, though I guess "notification mails" and "recent 
> changes" and "query language" should cover this adequately.

To validate whether a document should be published, i.e. to review it, 
which involves clearly seeing what the author changed.

> Again, I'm not pushing, nor offering to run it on our own hardware. Not 
> that I don't want to administer or help out. Just that I don't want this 
> to be a solo job.

ASF infra are just getting solaris zones up and running. Shouldn't be 
long before we can have one of those for ourselves. Also, there is a new 
discussion about site publishing ASF-wide that this could fit into - 
whatever we chose to base our system on daisy, drupal, zope, or xml files.

Regards, Upayavira

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