[CALUG] Content Management Systems...
jce at zot.com
Sat Aug 12 23:35:05 CDT 2006
On Fri, 2006-08-11 at 16:59 -0400, Kelly Price wrote:
> Okay, folks, I think we need to clear things up here.
> We need a *document* management system, because everything we have we
> *do not* want to publish online. That means any wiki or blogging
> software is out. We don't need any collaborative software at this
> time. We just need something that archives Word, PDF, Images, and
> anything else we can throw at it.
> If we needed something like Wikipedia or WordPress, we would of done it already!
most document management systems i've seen out there want to do
more than just simple document management, including all of the
web content, publishing, and collaborative stuff you don't need.
these look promising, especially the first one, although they might
not meet all of your requirements:
if you want to go way barebones, you could always set up an
internal ftp server, use rsync to suck in all of your docs from
NFS/SMB mounts, and tell your users to point to the ftp URL.
not much "management" there, though. or use subversion. :)
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