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Hi, :-)

Whereas I quite see the advantage of designers working on some of the
presentation aspects of templates, it's worth remembering that many of
the best templates - notably those used by wizards - contain
automation-related features (macros, fields, etc.), often with heavy
use of styles, which are aspects that some members of the docs team
relish. Not to mention the aspect of maintaining the texts in
templates, indexing them, preparing them for translation, etc.

So it would be quite logical to get the docs team closely involved...

The docs team seems indeed to be evolving towards using Alfresco as
its working environment, although the wiki is still the final drop
point for finished stuff ready for the end user base.

What's more, the design team itself might find some attractive
advantages in using Alfresco as a storage medium and workflow
management system...

David Nelson

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