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Re: Bricolage: Impressive

From: Robert Treat <xzilla(at)users(dot)sourceforge(dot)net>
To: "Steve Simms" <steve(at)deefs(dot)net>," PostgreSQL Web Development Mailing List" <pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Bricolage: Impressive
Date: 2004-01-18 17:06:26
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On Saturday 17 January 2004 13:29, Steve Simms wrote:
> I now have a working installation of Bricolage installed, and have a better
> understanding of how it works.  In a word, it's impressive.  Unless our
> requirements for multilingualism (see previous message) prevent us from
> using it, I think it's a very good candidate for generating/unifying all of
> the PostgreSQL sites.
>

Initially there isn't a requirement that techdocs and the main website use the 
same backend, as long as they can be given some type of unified look/feel 
with the main site.  AFAICR no one has ever clamored to translate the 
articles up on the techdocs website (though we're certainly not opposed to 
it, just no one has really wanted to)   So multilingualism shouldn't be a 
stumbling block for techdocs. One thing that we do need is the ablility for 
users comments on articles, is there any provision for that?  Another thing 
that could come up would be user articles submitted in pdf form (I just added 
one yesterday),  is there a provision for that?

>
> Based on what I understand of Plone and Bricolage, and of what we want, it
> looks like Bricolage is the far better candidate, at least once you get
> around the barrier of getting it set up.  This is purely my opinion,
> however.
>
> I'll keep working on it, and see if I can get a simulation of the current
> TechDocs site going.
>

OK, if you can send us (or me at least) a url I'd be interested in browsing 
around and adding an article or two.    

Robert Treat
-- 
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