On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 4:14 PM, Andre Schnabel <Andre.Schnabel@gmx.net>
Yes, you have strong arguments for taking more time to consider the use
of appropriate CMS. However, it sounds like the SC would like to have
the decision made by Friday and I expect that the SC has had some "ears"
listening on our conversations on this thread.
Just wanted to say, that at least "half an ear" is listening :)
and here is another "half an ear" ;)
I could not follow the full discussion - but for the moment I'd like
to suggest that we should separate two things:
1st) we need something to present information to our users and can be
in rather short time, does not cost to much time regarding maintenance
provides an rather easy way to edit content.
People are currently asking for better structure and more information
at the website - I'd love to see people without technical skills on
scm, plain html and so on to provide such content.
Just to point that we need to handle i18n and l10n easily also, this
is important to think this multilanguage way till the beginning.
2nd) we would need a solution to cover much more infrastructure then
"just the website". As some of you already pointed out, we might need
to host own template site, extension site (and please let's have some
ways to access this from within the Application, just like mozilla
apps do this), and whatever you might dream of.
But this is a real long-term solution and no urgent requirement for the
next two months.
Yes, and thanks a lot all for you work and very valuable contributions
on this CMS topic, this is not an easy one.
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