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Hi Florian, *,

On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 2:18 PM, Florian Effenberger
<> wrote:
Charles-H. Schulz wrote on 2011-05-09 15.06:

What can we do to have 3 pages and back end that works for the middle
of May:
- one info page (okay we just need to update the ones we already have)
- one CfP with documents upload, et al.
- one registration page and backend.

maybe for clarification: During the last call, we agreed that for the
Conference 2011 we do *not* want a dedicated conference management tool. If
we can implement things with SilverStripe, that would be great.

Those three points above are easily done with silverstripe

having a form populating the database, and a dedicated module admin
(dedicated section on the same level as Pages, Documents & files,...)
to manage the submissions (flag them as reviewed, accepted or whatever
you wish)

So share your requirements for the registration for the conference - I
don't know how it was handled previously - has it been fully
self-registration, or has there been a manual review?
Or otherwise put - what does the registration page need to offer in
terms of confidence in the registration?

* none - not even captcha
* passing the captcha is enough
* email-address needs to be validated by clicking a link in a
confirmation mail or similar

And what management stuff would you need for both after the user
filled it out? (i.e. for the CfP marking entries as reviewed when a
human did look over the submission, flagging it as spam (or allow
deletion of entries?), or even as accepted,...)


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