Brave GNU World

Guillaume Lenoir eeff at
Tue Jan 10 21:46:09 UTC 2006

Le mardi 10 janvier 2006 à 19:58 +0100, Christoph Neuroth a écrit :
> On Tuesday 10 January 2006 12:54, Sam Liddicott wrote:
> > Typo3 is good.
> >
> > In this case I suggest use of Campsite
> I will have a look at campsite later; but can you give us an overview of what 
> you think are the benefits over typo3?
> Bjoern Schiessle contacted me via private mail and offered his help so I think 
> we can get a running site up... Here's what I think is needed:
> 1) Port the old design to a Content Management system
> 2) Implement a new, more direct workflow system. Gregor: What do you think is 
> the best? It could be quite similar to the old system; we just woulnd't need 
> the "web volunteers" any more as you could do the publishing yourself easily 
> using the CMS...
> 3) Include the older issues (easy enough once the CMS is running)
> 4) (Mabye) implement a new design
> Any comments?

Le lundi 09 janvier 2006 à 15:30 +0100, Georg C. F. Greve a écrit :
> 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 don't know enough about CMS to debat on which is the best, but Georg
gave a pretty good (even if general) view of what's needed and I trust
the "ones who know" to choose and get it up right. I can only emphasize
the need for an ease to edit, but also to translate the content.
As Christoph, I'd like to read about the compared benefits of proposed

Is there a place I can download untranslated English texts to start
working on the French version ? My German is not good enough to do the
job though.


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