[Evangelism] Plone vs "the others"
gto1 at psu.edu
Thu Oct 25 18:02:55 UTC 2012
Hi Armin, Thanks for the invite. I am in the process of laying out this
"Plone vs the others" table and will create something for it in Trello in
order for the collaboration to continue (although I am new to Trello... it
looks like creating a new card or board would be best.)
On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 1:56 PM, Armin Stroß-Radschinski <
maillist.acsr at acsr.de> wrote:
> Hi Greg,
> thanks for joining Trello.
> There is a lot of mess in the Trello board. Hope the fog lightens as soon
> as possible. I prepare a current wrapup and simplification of task sharing.
> (Ken is right ;-)
> Am 25.10.2012 um 18:43 schrieb Greg O'Toole:
> Armin, All,
>> I would be happy to help out with this. I'm giving a talk on this exact
>> topic this winter in Tokyo and also need to freshen up the talking points.
>> The university where the talk is being given has decided on Plone, but is
>> new to Plone. (I'm on the plone.org list as well.)
>> Gregory O'Toole, M.A., Ph.D. (ABD)
>> Faculty, Instructor/Sr. Web Designer
>> College of Information Sciences & Technology
>> Adjunct Faculty, College of Arts & Architecture
>> The Pennsylvania State University
>> FW Message:
>> Lets create professional Whitepapers
>> How can we proceed to refine this topic into one whitepaper like
>> content for Plone.com called
>> "Plone vs. WP ? The Full Featured CMS Plone compared against
>> WordPress" a WhitePaper
>> (How does this title sound for native speakers?)
>> If someone is willing to step up to find the tenor of language we need
>> to put the finger into the wound without too much bashing? A
>> Whitepaper should cover arguments people need to internally promote
>> Plone in their organisation or to their customers after discovering
>> there is a safe alternate CMS!
>> If you think you can rewrite existing stuff like below for target
>> groups, please join the plone.com mailing list http://lists.plone.org/**
>> and drop me a line to join the trello board for task sharing!
>> The same has to be done with the excellent Sharepoint feature
>> Evangelism mailing list
>> Evangelism at lists.plone.org
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