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Hi, :-)

Following on from the conference call last night, IMHO it would
facilitate things for many people if someone with experience with
SilverStripe could set-up a default IA/framework of empty pages
covering our initial needs, and then replicate that framework for each
language.  That way, content authors can just start writing into the
previously-prepared pages, without having to worry about designing an
architecture. Then they submit their ready pages for publication, and
the site admins can finally publish the pages online.

"Workflow" can be regulated simply by posting a set of rules and role
descriptions on the wiki. That will avoid the need for complicated
configurations of permissions, etc.

It's true that different lingual communities might need some specific
pages. That can be handled by creating one top-level page that can can
be a root for the sub-pages that each lingual team can then create.

Here on this thread, we can just gather suggestions for the "outline"
to adopt, over the next 24-48 hours. Then, after that, each lingual
team can debate among themselves about the actual draft to insert in
each of their pages.

This way, we could get a site up and running quickly. IMHO, I think we
need to keep things simple, and not to aim too high in terms of
technical design/implementation work.

0.2 cents. ;-)

David Nelson

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