> Come on - please - git. There's no argument. Are you serious? Not to
> mention github.
> On Thursday, 26 May 2011, digitalfredy <digitalfr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi
> > And the code (svn, mercurual ..)? the projects?
> > it is for developers or for general community?
> > On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 2:18 AM, Nick Polimeni <npolim...@gmail.com>
> > Hi, Jonathan,
> > I've been having a trial run with Open Atrium at this location:
> http://www.chapters.zeitgeistaustralia.org/master_group/dashboard. Their
> installation has some bugs, but I had an opportunity to work with their set
> up. It's not a bad setup.
> > What I was not able to see is a wiki style layout for the creation of
> documents, and editing them, and commenting on an adjacent discussion
> connected to the document. The Admin told me that the feature called: Notes
> is the equivalent of the wiki. However, I also noticed there isn't a tree of
> Notes, under each major subdivision, etc. Could just be because there are no
> subtopics now.
> > A point to consider is that whether an Admin or all users will have the
> ability to help organize the documents in a tree-like method, like
> directories and subdirectories, etc. And the Admin (or anyone authorized to
> do so) should be able to reorganize things when necessary.
> > Cheers, Nick
> > On Tuesday, May 24, 2011 5:57:01 AM UTC+8, Jonathan Ganzenhart wrote:
> > I installed OpenAtrium on my local machine, really easy - takes about 5
> mins. It provides the following:
> > - Define groups and group members, and for each group:
> > - Blogs
> > - Notes (wiki-like pages)
> > - Todo list with projects
> > - Calendar
> > It's based on the proven Drupal system so secure and scalable enough i'd
> say. This is a simple system that doesn't take much resources and will run
> on a cheap shared server for example.
> > Plone and Alfresco are enterprise-level application server based systems.
> They take a lot more resources but can do more things if you are willing to
> put in the time. Do we need something like that? Depends on the problem we
> are trying to solve. Since i'm new here i don't know about that. If it's the
> 'Developer team portal' project from the lingteam wiki i'd say we just need
> a basic project management tool.
> > If the goal is to create a general system that provides the public sites
> for all chapters and some kind of courseware-like functionality then i guess
> a more complex system with custom code is necessary. So gabssnake is right,
> it boils down to defining the requirements, but i would also suggest just
> trying out a system and see if it fits the needs.
> > JonathanG
> > 2011/5/23 digitalfredy <digita...@gmail.com>
> > Hi
> > On Mon, May 23, 2011 at 12:06 PM, Nick Polimeni <npol...@gmail.com>
> >> The CND Team has been trying to achieve such a collaborative space, so
> >> the outset, I would appreciate you folks share your finding with us. I
> >> we'll have the answer here at some point in the future.
> >> Also, two other systems have come to our attention that may merit
> >> consideration: plone and alfresco.
> > I am not guru but have friends working in web, the most popular do php
> > solutions but have problems for security and scalability ...
> > The others (2) are experts in zope, plone ... and do corporative work
> > for enterprises (one now work in IBM) with problmes using tipical
> > joomla, wordpres ... or enterprises that need real infraestructure.
> >> I have not examined them in depth, but I
> >> think plone fits the basic parameters of open source, free, scalable,
> and so
> >> forth. I need one of you gurus to check it out if you've a mind to add
> >> the list of systems under consideration.
> >> Meanwhile, We do have a new wiki, which can serve to collect information
> >> that is decided here. This is the location:
> >> http://wiki.zmlingteam.org/w/Global_Developers_Team.
> >> I'm also trying to work up a "Scope of Work-Global, which is not
> intended to
> >> affect the work being done by anyone, but as a kind of central point to
> >> folks see the entire picture, and help the coordinator help get the
> >> necessary resources to help anyone that needs help.
> >> Feel free to add or modify any in--
> > ATT: Fredy Pulido López, +1 procurando un mejor mundo para todos.
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