[ic] Using IC for general content management?
Fri, 29 Dec 2000 19:23:31 -0800
I have been working on my first site using Interchange over the last two
months. I used ic not only for a store front, but also for a discussion
board (where users can post messages in response to discussion
questions), and a searchable online calendar of events viewable by city,
event, and date.
I will send the url to the list probably toward the end of next week
when the site launches... but to answer your question, ic is great for
content-rich, dynamic sites!
>From: Steve & Patti Getzinger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: [ic] Using IC for general content management?
>Date: Fri, Dec 29, 2000, 4:11 PM
> Deano wrote:
>> Has anyone set up non-store sites using Interchange, or maybe built a lot of
>> content into a store? I know that developer.akopia.com is done in
>> Interchange, but is it a realistic/nice system for general use on a
>> reasonably-high-traffic site?
>> We're definitely building a store with Interchange, and a lot of the ease of
>> store-management features seem like they'd port over to our editorial side
>> as well. Anyone have experiences to share, or general advice of good content
>> management systems that 'play nice' with Interchange? If anyone has done or
>> looked into Zope + Interchange, I definitely* want to hear from you.
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> I use it for plenty of content only sites. In fact store front is minimal
> with me.
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