Is there any good reason - for the user, not for the developpers;-) not 
to be JSR-170 compliant ? It would normally be possible to use an 
existing repository for start. After all Wicket seems to be much more 
usefull to developp the client application than the repository itself.

Pierre-Yves

Ted Roeloffzen a écrit :
> 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] 
> <mailto:[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]
>     <mailto:[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]
>         <mailto:[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
>             <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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