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Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
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Thinkubating - Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone

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  • 1. Thinkubating Or How Local Government Came To Love Plone
  • 2. The Problem
    • Approached To Setup a Collaborative Environment
    • 3. Needed to be Easy To Use
    • 4. And Yet Needed To Be Secure
    • 5. Needed To Be Available Anywhere There Was An Internet Connection
    • 6. Needed To Support Indexing of a variety of documents
  • 7. A Solution Presents
    • Started Hunting For An Open Source Solution
    • 8. Had Been Helping With iosn.net (Plone Based Site)
    • 9. Plone Had A User Friendly Front End
    • 10. Plone Had Granular Security Settings
    • 11. Plones Third Party Products Allowed For Document Indexing and Support
    • 12. Bingo
  • 13. First Council Plone Project
    • Tablelands Way Experience(tm)
    • 14. Five Councils:
      • Oberon Council (Lead Council)
      • 15. Goulburn Mulwaree
      • 16. Upper Lachlan
      • 17. Lithgow City
      • 18. Mid-Western
    • Other Organisations – Tourism Orgs, Advisors and So On
  • 19. This
  • 20. Was Used To Build This http://www.tablelandsway.com.au
  • 21. PloneGov
    • US/European Project
    • 22. Develop Plone and Plone Products Specifically For The Government Sector
    • 23. Number of Councils/Government Bodies Participating
    • 24. No Australian Government Participation
    • 25. Not For Want Of Trying However
  • 26. Temwick Tuskers
    • Every Year Councils Take Part In The Management challenge
    • 27. Last Year Randwick Council Teamed Up With Temorah Council
    • 28. Distance Was An Issue In Training
    • 29. Needed A Platform For Sharing Information And Training
  • 30. Tuskers Win
  • 31. Winning Help
    • Extranet Allowed For Phone Based Training Sessions In A Way That Email Couldn't
    • 32. When Face To Face Meetings Happened They Were All Up To Speed
    • 33. Geography Was No Longer an Inhibitor
  • 34. Oooh Shiny
    • Impressed With Ease Of Use
    • 35. Started Looking For Other Uses
    • 36. Community Collaboration
    • 37. Inter Council Collaboration
    • 38. Actively Sought Involvement with PloneGov
  • 39. kensotraffic.com.au
    • Kensington Traffic Issues
    • 40. Community Wanted More Input and Consultation
    • 41. Council Decided To Create kensotraffic.com.au
    • 42. Document Library
    • 43. Council/Community Interaction
  • 44.  
  • 45. Every Document Since 1998
  • 46. Document Previews
  • 47. Community Benefits
    • Community members can comment on any document
    • 48. The Community has a central location to find all the relevant documents
    • 49. Council Has Another Avenue For Talking To The Community
    • 50. The Problem Can Be Owned By Everyone
  • 51. PloneGov Aus Style
    • There Is An Opportunity To Build A PloneGov Style Project In Australia
    • 52. The Use Of Plone Within Government Is Growing
    • 53. A Guided And Stable Project Can Only Help Local Governments Build A Real Collaboration Platform
    • 54. PloneGov Is OOOG Compliant
  • 55. Thinkubator The Next
    • Hosted Plone Without The ZMI
    • 56. Building a Prettier Management Panel
    • 57. Fixing Date/Time Issues (grumble)
    • 58. Integrating New Collaboration Services
    • 59. Doing It All With Open Source Technologies
    • 60. Fun!
  • 61. Final Notes
    • Visit The Tablelands Way Experience, They Built it Using Open Source
    • 62. Plone Is A Powerful CMS, So Long As You Use It Properly
    • 63. There Is An Opportunity To Build A Solid Collaboration Platform For Government
    • 64. Python Is Wierd

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