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Hi David, *,

On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 4:27 PM, David Nelson <> wrote:

We need a means of marking content as "checked out" content, so that
other people stay off it until the author checks it in again. Alfresco
has functionality for this.

What can you suggest? What are your ideas on this?

(we talked about this in the confcall, nevertheless I summarize the
currently available ways here)

If There is a definite group who is "checking out" the pages, then one
way would be to create a corresponding user-group, add the
"review-publisher" to that group and then limit the publish-rights for
the page to that group.

Another way would be to do this just by spoken/written policy (and not
by technical enforcement), i.e. go away from publishing right away
even if you got publisher rights, to requesting publication and have
someone else review the page.
I personally prefer this approach.


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