[LINK] multi publisher web sites
Thu, 22 Nov 2001 11:44:47 -0000
For some lighter weight options take a look at:
It might also be possible to achieve the same with nothing more than a web
server, depending on how much editorial control you want (i.e, if it is
control over who publishes where, any webserver will support this, if it is
approval of their content you will need a much more complex system).
In my experience, the best alternative is to distribute total control of
their own directories to the publishing orginisations, and ask them to
notify you when they make updates.
This allows a timely review of their content, but doesn't delay publication
if the reviewer is unavailable.
You can make this very low tech, or try to run a big work flow environment.
If you are interested reply off list and I will be happy to discuss various
options including the difficulties of handling the high tech solutions.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Waugh [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: 22 November 2001 11:03
> To: Judy Harrison
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [LINK] multi publisher web sites
> <quote who="Judy Harrison">
> > I don't know the name for these kinds of systems - which I
> assume exist.
> > I'd really appreciate suggestions - particularly about
> products that you've
> > tried and would recommend.
> I've used e-grail off and on. It's 'open source', although
> they don't even
> seem to be paying lip service to that anymore. In fact, it
> seems you need
> Oracle to run it these days too.
> Um, but apart from that, it seemed quite manageable. (This is
> back when it
> were really free software.)
> - Jeff
> "Orphaned farm-boy hero helps save world against
> bad-guys, begins a
> journey of self-discovery, and makes interesting friends.
> Passable." -
> Andrew Bennetts on Star Wars