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CMS Meeting 2, 21 Apr 2009

Page history last edited by Jarmila H. Alanez 10 years, 11 months ago

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Meeting was ended earlier due to technical problems

 

Prep Work

  • Zack - Update agenda for next meeting. Review Wikipedia page, identify areas for potential improvement. Ideas to be reviewed at the next team meeting.
  • Susan - Review Wikipedia page, identify areas for potential improvement. Ideas to be reviewed at the next team meeting.
  • Jarmila - Research and generate a list of potential CMS for review, including open-source (Drupal, Joomla!, WordPress, etc.) and commercial (ExpressionEngine, SharePoint-ECMS, etc.).
  • Paul - Create an agenda for the next meeting. Research and generate a list of potential CMS for review, including open-source (Drupal, Joomla!, WordPress, etc.) and commercial (ExpressionEngine, SharePoint-ECMS, etc.).

Agenda and Notes Agenda2.docx

 

  1. Overview -

    1. Define content management systems
      1. What they are. We agreed in the following concept for CMS and WCMS:

        A content management system (CMS) is a computer application used to create, edit, manage, search and publish various kinds of digital media and electronic text.

      2. How they are used. We also agreed in the following uses for CMS:

        CMSs are frequently used for storing, controlling, versioning, and publishing industry-specific documentation such as news articles, operators' manuals, technical manuals, sales guides, and marketing brochures. The content managed may include computer files, image media, audio files, video files, electronic documents, and Web content. These concepts represent integrated and interdependent layers. There are various nomenclatures known in this area: Web Content Management, Digital Asset Management, Digital Records Management, Electronic Content Management and so on. The bottom line for these systems is managing content and publishing, with a workflow if required.

      3. Why they are helpful, necessary, etc
  2. Deliverable Two: October 20.  Post to PBWiki an initial list of products/vendors you are planning to examine (Pulled directly from Mittleman FAQ).

    1. Open source
    2. Enterprise
  3. Brainstorm patterns of collaboration

    1. Brainstorm 5 or 6 activities that use CMS.  Ex. client document management, project management, etc.
    2. Requirements for each activities.  Ex. Security, support different document types.
    3. Which requirements are the most critical and which requirements are common to all of the activities?
    4. What kinds of software can support that activity?
    5. Discuss Pros and Cons of all software for each activity.    Ex. Access control, where to store data, who owns content, etc.
    6. Assign creation of dimension matrix.
    7. How to incorporate this into the Wiki
  4. (Tentative) Discuss Wikipedia assignment - which page(s) will we seek to edit?

    There were some suggestions to edit Enterprise. But, the decision was to read more and get more information about the other ones as well to decide in the following meetings.
    1. Enterprise

    2. Web

    3. Mobile

    4. Component

  5. Goals for next week

    1. List of products/vendors

    2. Group vendors under categories

      1. Enterprise, web, mobile, component

Minutes: 37 (from 7:30 pm to 8:07 pm)

Notes (withing the agenda)

 

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