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Colas Nahaboo

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Country France
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Organisation website
My homepage http://colas.nahaboo.net
Email colas@nahaboo.net
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Foswiki area of interest

legacy:

Personal goals on the foswiki project

Use cases

  • Personal, public: maintain my personal web site as a fowsiki one. See http://colas.nahaboo.net
    Issues: security, view performance, SEO, simplicity
  • Personal, private: continued use of foswiki as a familly & friends circles site to host all our information.
    Issues: French localization, Wysiwyg, flexibility, power, enhancements via scripts
  • Work, private: continued use of foswiki as the backbone of our intranet sites: both for cooperative classic wiki and (new) more formal intranet pages.
    Issues: skin customization, Wysiwyg, scalability (we have 30,000 pages), entreprise integration (Search engines, LDAP, RSS, Sharepoint, ...)
  • Work, public: continued use of foswiki as a tool for external R&D cooperations. See http://labs.ilog.fr
    Issues: security, spam prevention

Personal opinions

What do I think are principles to guide development for the foswiki system
  • reliability - I do not have to monitor it
  • trustability - I know that whatever disaster strike I will be able to recover
  • perennity - I want to keep using foswiki forever to protect my data
  • unixity - Be based on a very definite set of objects (everything is a file, files are lines of text) with powerfully simple tools to handle them, in a language agnostic way. And do not sacrifice unix power for windows portability
  • manageability - I can install/update dozens of foswiki installs: I manage 8 separate production foswiki sites
  • community - I want the system to be kept alive, and receive new ideas by a community of people with different backgrounds
  • readability - the foswiki syntax can be used to take notes, or email twiki-unaware people

  • #Set SKIN = pattern

Discussion

 
Topic revision: r9 - 14 Nov 2011, ColasNahaboo
 
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