[pmwiki-users] PmW Mag?
editor at fast.st
Tue Sep 19 14:52:27 CDT 2006
This sounds great! Let's do it!
I was wondering if there was a way to also do collaborative type
articles. For example I'd like to submit one on using FAST Data as
the basis for a CMS system (what I really designed it for), but it
would be nice if others could add sections about using UserAuth,
AuthUser and perhaps another CMS approach. Perhaps one person would
be the main organizer but others submit sections.
Something like what was done at
Perhaps the next question is who's going to set it up? :)
On 9/19/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 19, 2006 at 01:21:29PM -0400, The Editor wrote:
> > Questions though:
> > How would these articles be submitted?
> > How would they be reviewed?
> > Would they be editable like other wiki pages?
> Here's my current thinking...
> - Articles are submitted as wiki pages, initially as drafts until
> officially reviewed and published.
> - Each author can individually decide if the article is to be
> editable by others, and if the article can be publicly viewed
> while the article is in its draft stages.
> - Once "published", articles tend to be fairly static except for
> minor editing fixes and possible references to related future
> articles. But, this occurs by convention, not because the system
> disallows it.
> - Each article will have a comments section or separate "-Talk" page
> for comments and discussion about the article.
> > One concern is adding all these task to Pm's already busy plate.
> > Others would have to step up to the plate.
> I don't mind reviewing/editing articles, that really doesn't
> eat up that much time. But it would be better if we had a pool
> of reviewers. Or, perhaps we simply say that an article has to
> be approved by at least two or three reviewers before it can
> be "published", and we let reviewers self-select.
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