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Le 2010-11-20 16:20, Italo Vignoli a écrit :
On 11/20/2010 09:04 PM, drew wrote:

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.

I do not mind about the platform. I know that when the information is on
the web site it is considered official, while the same information on a
wiki is not official (I can ask the press to amend a statement taken
from the wiki, but I cannot ask to amend a statement taken from the web
site). I assume that information visible on the web site are officially
approved documents, while you can easily write on a wiki page that "this
is work in progress, and should not be considered officially approved".

I do not mind what happens before the publication on the web site. I am
not concerned of what happens behind the scenes, also because I am not a
tech guy and most of the times I do not understand technology.

Some of these tools can be integrated on the site. For example, the wiki pages could be used through the site. So when you log in, you could be given the permission to work on a public wiki with the right to modify the pages just as you do now. You could also be given permission to work on a private members only wiki where only designated members are allowed to work and see the information -- the pages would be hidden from public view.

The website does not need to be the final resting place for official documents; it can also be the place where people do all of their prep work and discussion as well as emailing or white boarding.

This is what the Silverstripe and Drupal sites are all about. A one stop shop place where everything is available under one roof but also where all is built according to permissions to users as to what levels of the website they may work on or see.


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