I'm still following lightly all of these threads and am
still very interested in setting up templates
in Bricolage for techdocs.
Collaboration with someone else might ease
my time commitment pain, though.
PS: I cannot run bricolage on my own server until I
get upgraded to debian from old suse :-(
On Sun, Jan 18, 2004 at 05:35:49PM -0800, Josh Berkus wrote:
> As you know, I've always favored Bricolage for Techdocs. It covers what I
> want for acquiring writers who are not HTML-jockeys (like me), and is
> immensely scalable, and I am already lightly involved in the Bric community
> so I feel more able to troubleshoot issues.
> However, there is a labor-intensive "templating" process in the initial Bric
> set-up, which requires a good knowledge of HTML and Bric and a light
> knowledge of Perl and Mason. Elein was going to set this up initially but
> became tied up in her start-up and hasn't had time. I don't feel skilled
> enough to do the templating.
> If Steve is up to templating, I will happily work on porting articles. In
> addition to Steve's server, David Fetter set up a Bric server for
> development, which may be still connected to the internet.
> Robert: since what Bric does is build HTML pages, it is entirely possible to
> "plug in" PHP applications as blocks of HTML text. Comments could be
> supported this way, as well as a Wiki (which I also believe we should have).
> -Josh Berkus
> Aglio Database Solutions
> San Francisco
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