Michael Ang skrev:
Use Plone, best for Intranet.

Certainly not. Plone is a pain in the but for intranets. At least for some kinds.

I have made quite a few of them, and plone works against you a lot of the time.

Plone has a content based interface, and an intranet needs a task based interface.

For intranets you often need to do the same littel thing over and over again. So the interface needs to be fast and simple. Eample:


If you want to make eg. a time registration module, you need a quick way to enter time registration entries. So you really have to create a special interface for it. Adding a "time registration" content type to a special folder is really impractical.

Content based model

1. go to intranet
2. find time registration folder
3. add time registration
--
4. set start time
5. set end time
6. add a comment
7. select project
--
8. save time registration

task based model

1. go to intranet
--
2. add comment
3. Enter time used
4. select project
--
5. save time registration


The last model will make time registration a lot more pleasent for end users.

If you chose to go that way, you are fighting the way Plone is thought out, and are probably better of with a z3 solution.

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hilsen/regards Max M, Denmark

http://www.mxm.dk/
IT's Mad Science

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