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Guys I would love to be admin, but there are 2 things you should bare in

1st - I am a MD, so I don't FIX computers, I brake them ;) -- I fix people

2nd - My time is rather limited, I am good at finding solutions, but not
that good at IMPLEMENTING them ;)

But I could call some guys at BrOffice's magazine that DO implementation
(will give the people who implemented our excelent workflow a call, see what
their view is)


2010/12/30 Michael Wheatland <>

On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 1:36 PM, David Nelson <>
Hi, :-)

On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 10:44, David Nelson <>
If you want, maybe Hal can give
you admin rights, and then you can get actively involved if you have
the time.

Done. ;-)

I am interested in admin rights also. In the process of reading the
documentation now.

My initial feeling about the system has been negative due to an
inability to actually 'do' anything except upload a file into a
folder, however if we can explore the back end without the expectation
that we 'will use' this install, ie. we are allowed to break stuff, I
think we might be able to look into creating a more flexible system.

Just one quick question. Has anyone had the experience with setting up
a Alfresco in a way that might suit our needs as a (hopefully)
exponentially growing community?
I am just worried if we rush into using this as a live tool we may end
up with a system which is quite basic and largely reliant on manual
intervention for workflow management, as OOoAuthors has experienced.

I think a lot of these concerns will be addressed if I can see the
back end of the system, but we do need to take our time in assessing
the tool.

Michael Wheatland

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