June 13, 2005

Assorted: Blogs, RSS, TYPO3, Mimir, Jabber, WordPress,

(I'm still thinking hard about Blogs vs. Discussion Forums - - which paradigm best lends itself to group communication. Slezak and I had a long discussion about a postulated RSS-enabled Forum - - )

(This list of links looks kind of looks like a manually assembled RSS feed!! Cool!!)

Webmasterworld.com - "I'm working right now on an RSS-extension for Typo3"

Wordpress vs. TYPO3

Drupal: open source content management platform; equipped with a powerful blend of features, Drupal can support a variety of websites ranging from personal weblogs to large community-driven websites. Includes review of Drupal as Group Blogging software

"Whole Life" Blog
for developer of a Christian school in Manila: "I have discovered the engine that will drive the next incarnation of www.faith.edu.ph; The thing that I am really impressed by is the Christian zeal of the developer. - - .whole life is proudly powered by WordPress, Entries (RSS) and Comments (RSS).

TYPO3 Comment - "My initial excitement over TYPO3 has given way to a huge dose of reality"; "...the glaring one. TYPO3 uses tables for layout instead of adhering to current web design standards." "Eventually, an open source solution will deliver a full-featured CMS with standards compliant code. At least one is almost there and another may have arrived already."

Is this a group blog? http://www.43things.com/things/view/11775

http://ralphm.net/blog/2004/04 - "Herb (is) busy working on an RSS component for the TYPO3 Content Management System...I am told that TYPO3 is a great, powerful, Open Source CMS. Herb's plan is to hook up TYPO3 up to Jabber, using pubsub to publish items to interested parties." using Mimir - - a Jabber enabled news service -

Jabber ---> "the Linux of instant messaging"; an open, secure, ad-free alternative to consumer IM services; Under the hood, Jabber is a set of streaming XML protocols and technologies that enable any two entities on the Internet to exchange messages

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