[OOTB-hive] platform ideas

Andreas Steffan a.steffan at contentreich.de
Wed Aug 20 14:18:25 BST 2014

Hallo Heiko,

seriously, I think it would feel more than strange using Redmine or
another somewhat similar collaboration tool which is not Alfresco Share.
Sure, some areas such (as the Wiki) in Alfresco Share may be inferior to
a competitions counterpart, but at least we all know the former. And if
we desperately miss a feature, we might just implement it - and add it
to he ADDONS-mix or DISTRO right away. ;)

At this time, I personally do not feel the need to introduce a (any)
full blown collaboration tool.

On 08/20/2014 02:35 PM, Heiko Robert wrote:
> sorry for my spam today but this is my last input for today - I need
> to work ;-)
> to make it easier to collect and organize our work/knowledge/todos I
> would prefer a comined platorm like redmine (tickets, formus, wiki,
> version control). A pure mailing list is not that functional and may
> scare interested parties which are not developers. We have very good
> experience with redmine and one of the very good features is the mail
> handling. I could create and host an instance on our servers if of
> interst.
> Of course it is always good to eat the own dog food but for _now I
> don't see a real use case for running an Alfresco instance. We spent a
> lot of work in integrating Alfresco into our market backend but I
> would not do this again because it is a lot of work without real
> benefit / the toc is to high. But if the ootb team decides there is a
> need I'd happy to host an appliance instance on our servers.
> For long term I think it is of importance that all services are
> managed, controlled, maintained and audited only by internal team
> members and that every kind of conflict of interest should be avoided.
> So every 'private' solution of hosting which is not transparent should
> be seen as a short term temporary solution. German partners have a
> history in this and I can tell stories about that ...
> irq chat
> to use #alfresco is fine but I can't see why to discuss OTTB stuff
> there. I see this channel for technical questions. So I vote for using
> the mailing list (or what else is used in future) for discussing any
> ootb related stuff or to create a separate channel.
> Heiko
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