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started thoughts about placeless content

by Christian Scholz on June 30, 2004

Jochen and I started thinking about implementing placeless content for Plone. We need to get something like this implemented as it’s of use for a client of ours. So here’s the first board shot from our thoughts. I will put (…)

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tiny aachen sprint coming up

by Christian Scholz on June 30, 2004

So on the next saturday (3/Jun that is) ender, MrTopf and Tiran will meet up to do a little aachen sprint. Main topic will be the UI for PLIP #16, which means doing a new localrole form for Plone. And (…)

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The Plone Foundation Membership Commitee Mailing List is there

by Christian Scholz on June 28, 2004

So here’s the original post by Mark Murphy (markm@tyrell.com): Hello Plone community, My name is Mark Murphy. I’m a board member of the Plone Foundation and am the Assistant Treasurer. The interim board of the Plone Foundation has created a (…)

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adding icons to structured text areas

by Christian Scholz on June 28, 2004

A problem with structured text might be that for newbies it’s hard to remember the syntax. This could be easily solved like on wikipedia.org, which means adding an icon toolbar. There would even more complex functions possible as uploading and (…)

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The best content type ever

by Christian Scholz on June 28, 2004

The best content type ever is probably a very flexible one with the possibility to configure it to the site needs. Compared to the now established Document, File, Link and Image types in Plone it should do much more. The (…)

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how to bloat bloated java even more

by Christian Scholz on June 28, 2004

Actually quite nicely shown by this picture: (thanks to #b4mad for this insight)

hierarchies, hierarchies

by Christian Scholz on June 28, 2004

Was again annoyed this morning at searching for some document and being unable to remember in which folder I put it.. Shouldn’t this problem be solved at some point? Actually hierarchies do not make sense all the time.. And when (…)

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Do speaking URLs make sense?

by Christian Scholz on June 28, 2004

Recently I was thinking about so called speaking urls which means URLs of the form /chapter/section/subsection/article compared to /5362. Do such URLs give any advantage to e.g. id-based URLs or maybe completely hidden ones. Should the user care about this (…)

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