[Grok-dev] Re: maintaining the Grok website

Jan Ulrich Hasecke janulrich.hasecke at web.de
Fri Sep 14 16:03:37 EDT 2007

Am 14.09.2007 um 21:26 schrieb Martin Aspeli:
> But that's kind of besides the point: All you need is Plone 3 + a  
> custom theme (which you can get someone in the Plone community to  
> build for you from an HTML mock-up if you wish). It'll take you a  
> week or two. Then you have a solid CMS that will meet all your  
> needs, it will make it easy for you to keep content up to date, you  
> get versioning, workflow, visual editing, consistent styling, user  
> management, backup... and if you need more advanced features, like  
> lists of components (http://plone.org/products), a community- 
> contribution documentation section (http://plone.org/ 
> documentation), or an issue tracker (http://plone.org/products/poi)  
> and other stuff ... those things exist for Plone and you can get  
> them when you need them.
> The use case for grok.zope.org is very similar to the use case for  
> plone.org, and sites like plone.org is something Plone is really  
> good at (probably because of plone.org).

+1 for Plone 3


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