[OOTB-hive] platform ideas

Douglas C. R. Paes douglascrp at gmail.com
Wed Aug 20 16:56:21 BST 2014

Heiko, I think I have to agree with you on this, and I think Jeff also
agrees (http://ecmarchitect.com/archives/2014/06/26/3896)

Douglas C. R. Paes

*"D**one is better than perfect**"*

On Wed, Aug 20, 2014 at 12:48 PM, Heiko Robert <
heiko.orderofthebee.info at ecm4u.de> wrote:

> Tahir,
> thats exactly the way we should avoid. I'm sorry having started the
> discussion. This would be a mistake nearly every Alfresco partner already
> did and which resuted in a waste of at least several tens of mandays
> without a really working/usable solution. I'm a pragmatist and I think it
> would be much more professional to use and combine tools which are designed
> for that ... For long term it would be fine but why? Not one of our
> customers and partnes asked why we didn't choose Alfresco for this. They
> are just happy that it's working as expected and that it's easy to use.
> Concerning github platform: for source code related and internal stuff
> this is fine but we should avoid this for external/public infos to also
> address enterprises for the bee actiivites and sponsoring.
> Heiko
> Am 20.08.2014 16:23, schrieb Tahir Malik:
>  I Agree that we can build anything in Alfresco if needed.
>> We could use Datalists to order issues & tasks. Maybe create some custom
>> code to create an action from a Datalist entry to a new task.
>> For each devision a site so we can collaborate.
>> I guess switching to Alfresco from the mailinglist would be a great idea.
>> We could use the forums/wiki/datalist to manage everything.
>> I like that idea more than a huge mailinglist which isn't searchable and
>> you'll need a lot of copy & paste stuff from the mailinglist to Alfresco
>> and maybe back.
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