I think something like this has already been done quite nicely in Zope:
http://www.hiretechs.com, although to look at how it actually works I think
you'd need to get a login.
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From: "Tom Jenkins" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2001 1:49 PM
Subject: [Zope] Need zope sales training :)
> Hello folks,
> We have a project being discussed here at work where I think zope would
> nicely. I explained my thoughts on how zope fits to the project manager
> all I got for my efforts was a blank stare. Obviously some
> miscommunication. The project is a resume "database". The user would
> upload resumes into a database, with some additional fields for other
> information related to the person. The resumes and additional fields
> be searchable. The user thought it would be very interesting for them if
> the resumes, searching, etc were available over the Web so that field
> offices could access them.
> My thought is that this would be perfect for zope using zcatalog. Now I
> haven't done any work with zcatalog but it sure seems like a perfect fit.
> Am I on the right track here? What points can I bring to bear?
> Thanks for any advice
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