On Tue, 2005-04-05 at 13:49, David Sewell wrote:
> A couple of weeks ago I posted a query about which Wiki software programs
> people are using for project documentation.
I'm in several projects which use wikis for project documentation and I
(personally) find it confusing and misleading when compared with a
carefully structured site. I know it is possible to do this, but it
seems to take just as long with a wiki as with any other system. Wikis
have a great role to play in contribution-oriented projects, but I do
feel that the interface for locating and presenting project
documentation needs to be much more carefully engineered.
And I don't think any of them use TEI :-)
> One resource I found very helpful was
> opensourceCMS.com: http://www.opensourcecms.com/
This is a very useful page, which we used heavily when selecting a
campus CMS. Unfortunately all the Open Source solutions we examined
were not actually CMSs -- they were toolkits with which you could
biuld your own CMS, and our requirement was for something which
would install and run straight out of the box, as we had no resources
for rolling our own, toolkit or not.