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Re: [vox-tech] Zope Tools for Content Management



On Thursday 23 January 2003 12:24 am, David Siedband wrote:
> Anyone out there used Zope for collaborative content management?  I am
> setting up a portal for researchers in an environmental planning
> process, and I'm interested to hear people's thoughts on some of the
> different CMF add ons that are out there.  So far I've been playing with
> Plone and NuxeoCPS, but I'm weighing them against building from basic
> Zope constructs like Property Folder/Object and AbraObj.

Before turning this into a complex project, consider a very
easy one.  TWiki is very handy for collaborative document
and web site management.  http://www.twiki.org/.

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