What other types of components would you like to see?
How would you all like to see the data stored?
Would you like te see a relatively simple database or a content repository like the one described in the JSR-170?

Ted & Rick
 

On 9/14/06, Nick Heudecker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
One project we did about a year ago involved creating a blog for a large automotive client.  They wanted to have multiple users with varying permissions (Writer, Editor/Publisher) and multiple "personas" with which to publish content under. So if John Smith actually wrote the article, when published it could show Howard Prendergas as the author. 

Those are some features I'd like to have.


On 9/14/06, Ted Roeloffzen < [EMAIL PROTECTED] > wrote:
At this point we would very much like to know what kind of components the users and developers of Wicket would like to see.
When we know that we could narrow our scope. We can target that group of people.

Ted & Rick


On 9/13/06, Eelco Hillenius < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I'd say, first settle on the scope. If you talk about CMS components,
what exactly do you mean? Like the examples given: rich text
components/ components that are JCR aware (and while you're at it,
take a look at http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=283), or do you mean
components that have to be able to be deployed in a certain CMS?

And if you talk about Wicket CMS, you are talking about a container
like e.g. opencms, Jahia or Apache Lenya or any of
http://java-source.net/open-source/content-managment-systems ? Those
three examples are quite different from each other. For instance, one
choice with a big impact - much larger than whether or not to use JCR
(which btw I think is a good idea) - is the workflow support you give.
The ability to define roles and workflows for content is something you
would need for anything serious (and don't build that stuff yourself,
but e.g. use jBPM).

So I think you should first decide whether you want to build widgets
with CMS-like functionality, or whether you want to build a CMS. And
if you want to build a CMS, you have a lot of further scoping to do.
:)

As a final note, a similar project was done at Topicus 3-4 years ago
that used/ considered Jakarta Slide (which was the initial playground
for JSR 170) and had a prototype that was focussed on content
definitions etc. Look it up and see if there's anything to learn
(probably a bit outdated by now).

Good luck and pls keep us informed,

Eelco

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