Thread Subject: Re: action item from 02/28/2007proposalforuser-agent and authoring web/software requirements
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From: Hoffman, Allen
Date: Tue, Mar 06 2007 5:35 AM
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"Often when I test and discuss failures, I am told that the "content
management system is at fault and there is no way or no known way to fix
this". So, here we have a case of content being middled by software
which should be tweakable?
Also, there is the case where server systems have tools which
dynamically generate out as a result of user input or other information
such as changing counts or conditions?"
This is true. Content management systems are often template or "other
mark-up language" based, but in my opinion fall in to the authoring tool
category. Maybe some specific words can be used to include content
management systems, in the authoring tools language.
Note, maybe just an "including content management" would due?
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