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On Sat, 2010-11-20 at 20:30 +0100, Italo Vignoli wrote:
* Workflows / Procedures: work in progress

Again, work in progress should be on the wiki.

The web site cannot contain work in progress, as it should be the
source of information about TDF and LibreOffice, and people are
quoting from the web site without double checking. The presence of
in progress on the web site is too risky, and I am totally against

Hi Italo,

I fully agree with the sentiment, but disagree with your take on the
ability of the platform in question.

The wiki is a tool and one that only hides details from the general
public by obscurity (well, without a fair bit of re-configuration

A CMS on the other hand allows the website to be constructed in such a
way that different content goes to different types of users - so a
non-registered user could easily be kept from seeing any work in
progress. while works in progress that need to be available to the
community members are so, and even then can be controlled as to who sees
what, and what they can do with it.

So of course the wiki is a tool that is going be used, but the process
of design, as is ongoing here, and then implementation via a CMS, such
as Drupal or Silverstripe for that matter, is precisely a mechanism for
delivery of a system that performs in the way you describe, IMO.



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