Nginx Wiki - alternatives

Aleksandar Lazic al-nginx at
Thu Apr 3 11:29:33 MSD 2008

Hi Cliff,

On Mit 02.04.2008 13:50, Cliff Wells wrote:
>Hi all,
>I'm thinking what we need is something more like Plone that has actual
>workflow and permissions.  That is to say, anyone could register and
>edit content, but only established users could actually publish
>content.  Clearly we'll still get spam attempts, but the spam will
>never make it to the web, so the incentive to spam goes away.

Isn't plone to complicated for the most user?!

>Of course, I want to make it as easy as possible for established people
>to make changes, so my thought is that we could just promote people to
>publishers once they'd actually made a valid addition to the site, so
>people could just short-circuit the workflow cycle and publish their
>own changes.  I doubt spammers will ever make valid contributions to
>the site, but if they did, I suppose it would all balance out =)
>However, as much as I think Plone fits the bill, I've yet to implement
>anything successfully with Plone (or Zope), so I think I'd rather look
>elsewhere for something a little less complicated.
>Another nice thing about a system like this is certain sections could
>actually belong to a particular user (e.g. Evan's Guide to Nginx Module
>Development) who wanted to retain control of a document for whatever
>reason but also wanted it highly visible.
>Any suggestions?  Wikis (or even CMS's) with workflow seem a rare breed.

I also thought about drupal, even it's not the best choice but it's easy
to install and a active community.

There are also some modules which will fit our requirement.



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