Link for new fedora users
alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de
Thu Feb 12 01:16:41 UTC 2004
Am Mi, den 11.02.2004 schrieb Gavin Henry um 22:49:
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> On Wednesday 11 February 2004 21:21, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> > Am Mi, den 11.02.2004 schrieb Bryan Encina um 17:56:
> > > Regarding fedoranews.org, also it might be helpful to have a view where
> > > you can list/group items based on the type of article it is (say if I
> > > want to just browse through tutorials, or stories, reviews, etc.).
> > >
> > > -b
> > The bigger fedoranews.org grows the more it might be valuable to have a
> > search function inside the site, to find help about specific keywords
> > and to search across the several author sections.
> > This leads me to the suggestion to think about changing towards a CMS. I
> > personally have some experience with Zope/Plone (-> www.zope.org +
> > www.plone.org), which might be very helpful to manage a bigger help and
> > howto site. Writer and reviewer management is, as it is a full featured
> > CMS/CMF, implemented at full degree.
> > Alexander
> I think Thomas might go this way, I'm am not sure. But something will be
> needed, because it would good to be able to search the site.
> I am familar with Zope/plone, it's used at Opensourcescotland.org.
> What are your thoughts on WebGUI and Mamboserver??
I must confess that I do know both just by name (WebGUI runs with Perl,
Mamboserver runs with PHP, Zope is Python based). I know that Zope has -
for an open source CMS - a big and active community. Here in Germany
dzug.org organizes a yearly Zope sprint for the whole German speaking
area with participation of well known Zope folks.
Whatever system is chosen, it seems to be necessary to have one for
future growth. fedoranews.org can become a central informative place for
all Fedora people with a lot of howtos, reviews, news and rumors. But
that maybe is better discussed inside the circle of those who fill that
site already with life.
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