Re: [K-Logs] RCS for Intranets?
- It depends on what you want. Most of my experience with Frontier/Manila
has been on an intranet, and it works very well hosting about twenty
sites, one of which I designed as a knowledge management/news/technical
archive/technology demo site. We get a great deal of internal traffic,
and provide the company's primary source of information on XML-related
technology and projects. However, although it hosts some discussions,
it's mostly a "few-to-many" site; except for the editors, most people
only read and don't contribute (which is okay; that's what it's for).
If you want to create an environment in which more people participate,
and the value of the effort derives from more interactive, many-to-many
conversations, RCS might be worthwhile. It offers more information about
who's referring to other postings, and that can be very valuable.
It's not really an either-or choice -- a Radio Community Server and a
Frontier/Manila server can run at the same time on the same machine. In
fact, that's a likely next phase for the system I mentioned above.
Hope this helps
Peter J. Harbeson
On Thursday, August 15, 2002, at 12:15 AM, alisonfish wrote:
> (Perhaps this is the wrong forum for this post) Do people use the RCS
> for company intranets, or would Fronteir/Manila be a better choice?
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