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Subject: Re: UKNM: Communities: Fact or Fiction!
From: Paul Sanders
Date: Mon, 2 Aug 1999 10:57:43 +0100

Re: below

We manage something like this at http://www.knowhere.co.uk/ From our side
it's all web forms, databases, customer service and content management. And
our experience is that user moderation of content works only up to a point.



>At 12:26 pm +0100 on 30/7/99, Charles Linn wrote:
>>How about if you give each local group a Content Management System
>>driven web area, with common key areas such as 'members list',
>>'discussion area', 'Campaigning reports', 'Events', 'useful links',
>>etc... You make one group member, probably the secretary, responsible
>>for entering and keeping up the content, and you get all of the groups
>>to fill in their details in the listed areas, and then you aggregate all
>>the content into a supersite, summarizing all the local campaigning
>>going on in the UK and all the info relevant to it. Now what do you
><slight aside>
>Even better is an easily editable page system - like TBL envisioned when
>he created the HTTP protocol.
>Things like Third Voice go a little of the way there, but programs such as
>wikiwiki http://c2.com/cgi/wiki
>webwebx http://prtims.stx.com/webwebx/index.html
>revolutionise community spaces such as those suggested.

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