[TYPO3] Is Typo3 the choice for me?
candidcarper at gmail.com
Tue Feb 21 22:59:19 CET 2006
Thanks Sven for your feedback,
- By the way, every user will get a default web space where we will provide
him templates to create his site. As this will be his personal site, he will
be adding articles, stories, experiences, multimedia content etc., whatever
one feels adding to his personal website.
-Yes, replication and load balancing are areas that I have more focus on
while evaluating Typo3.
- No, everyuser doesn't need a new webmail system. As such I already have an
email server where these users have there accounts. I would just like that
these users sitting on their personal sites,may be able to retrieve ceratin
content from the mail server that own their emails. I know this will require
custom work on my side.
On 2/21/06, S. Teuber <traveler_in_time at gmx.net> wrote:
> > portal for a certain industry. This portal will have 100+ sub portals.
> > Each subportal will have registered users and each user will have a
> sub portals... check
> registered users... check
> > site of his own for maintaining his personal content on his personal
> user specific content... check
> Since you didn't specify where the "personal content" comes from and how
> it is "managed" by the user, I can't check this in detail. But basically
> it should be possible with TYPO3.
> > site. There will be around 1000+ users per subportal. Moreover, each
> That's going to be a rather large database. You should spend a minute or
> two thinking about replication and check if TYPO3 can do that in a way
> that suits your needs.
> > subportal will have blogs, communities, groups etc. as well as some
> Timtab? ;-)
> > shared content sites. Each user having an indpendent site on a
> > subportal, may also need to connect to an email server where an email
> > account rests for him. So the question is, Is Typo3 a good choice to
> You mean every user needs ome sort of webmail system, like an GMX
> frontend? Not sure if there's already an extension for this task, but
> with a site that large, you will need to do a lot of coding your own
> stuff anyway.
> > fit these needs? If it is, then what problematic areas will I deal
> > with? Any specific considerations?suggestions?
> Traffic/performance and content replication can be problematic areas. And
> I guess you will need to do a good deal of extension coding on your own.
> Prepare for a steep learning curve, but if you master that, most problems
> can be solved.
> > By the way, till now the race has narrowed down between Typo3,Plone
> > and Drupal.
> Can't say anything about Plone & Drupal, so better check them out
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