Instead of people insanely releasing more and more CMSes that are not at all needed, they need to combine resources to release a CMS that is actually very much needed, and one that does not even exist yet.
Idea: Combine a CMS, Wiki, Forum, multidomain/multiwebsite, in-page commenting, etc into a single package.
- Limitations of a standard CMS: ordinary visitors cannot edit pages easily.
- Limitations of wiki: separate design, content, and markup. Everything is barebones. Separate from main website.
- Limitations of in-page commenting and forums: in-page comments can run very long. Forum is separate from main page and not linked to articles and individual pages.
- Limitations of all online media -- publishing is completely different. Very hard to implement a book or magazine successfully online by using the html "page" mentality.
hybrid cms project: website, forum, wiki, shopping consolidated
- proofreading feature for Content Management Systems: anyone can be given a guest login to spell check or proofread a website. editor/admin then will be able to see a list of changes and apply them if he decides to.
new cms concepts and ideas:
- content blocks first, then put in pages
- OS and publishing integration. linux – myOS
- module - differential bw single pic and pic gallery
- hybrid cms project: website, forum, wiki, shopping consolidated