Brave GNU World

Sam Liddicott sam at
Tue Jan 10 11:54:52 UTC 2006

Christoph Neuroth wrote:

>On Monday 09 January 2006 15:30, Georg C. F. Greve wrote:
>>I have found myself thinking that a CMS (Drupal? Typo3?) or maybe a
>>Blogging Software (Wordpress?) with review and workgroup management
>>and authorisation capabilites, as well as the possibility to add
>>modules like automatically emailing certain language versions to
>>people who subscribed to them might be a good idea.
>I am currently doing an internship as a typo3 extension hacker at a local web 
>design company and I would love to set up a typo3 site for this purpose... 
>Would be a good opportunity to learn about the workflow functions of typo3, 
>which I haven't used yet. I could even ask my boss if I can use some of my 
>time working for him for this project...
>However I could need a hand on doing the HTML template (design sucks) and 
>maybe need some space (I could ask Thomas if we can use the 
>server but the domain name might be confusing for people who don't understand 

Typo3 is good.

In this case I suggest use of Campsite

It is based around the idea of multi-lingual periodical publicatons with
arbitrary translations fulfilled for each article.

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