Export Dexterity schemata
Web page, Folderish, Fields, Title field, Rich description field, Rich text field, Viewlets, List and link children (basic folder listing), Behaviors, Change default view, Knows about any templates that are registered for it and can use those templates as its default
Alias/Link, Provides a few behaviors, 301 redirect to an arbitrary URL, Exact duplication and redisplay of an arbitrary content object (to make it easy to have one content object appear at multiple URLs/folders), Serving of any browser view, To make it easy to "map" a set of static templates or placeless forms to a given URL on the site
Concave will not provide search out of the box, but will fire events when content is changed so that the content can be indexed
Convex should provide a "file" type that it actually manages
This is an area where it's really easy to get complicated quickly.
Block system for blocks of cross-page or reusable content, This could be promo portlets, This could also be auto-generated navigation
Query-based blocks, This could be how we implement folder listings, file directories, and even eventually a Plone-collection-like system, Query types, Content objects by path, Content objects by metadata
content-display for any given content type is a viewlet associated with that type, This implies when you add a new object of type X, it's some sort of generic "page" that has that type's viewlet display associated with that page by default
We should have a paster template for this
Nearly is a viewlet
Page templates are templates of DIVs that contain various types of orderable viewlet managers
Webpage is a generic object that can have a template associated and a type associated, When you create a new page, you pick which type it will contain, The type you pick for the page determines (1) the default layout picked for the page and (2) a viewlet that goes in the manager named "main," which any template must provide, Pages can be created without a type, in which case they are "landing" pages and just display viewlets, or alias pages, in which case they can have a viewlet associated with any type in the main area and they will refer to that other content object for content
E.g., Editor, manager, public
I'd say, no
I'd say no. If you want some sort of collaborative site, use Plone.
Authorization is simple: private, public, editable or not
Is this worth the effort? It's not a bad idea.
Plone GSXML content
HTML content, If all content types can fulfill some sort of IContentPaths interface that exports a list of valid URLs to all content of that type, we could use urllib to just "scrape" the whole site
We should definitely see what's reusable from Plone's transmogify, which is a project for creating generic importers
HTML scraper, It'd be neat if we could write a rule-based HTML scraper that could spider a bunch of pages and re-create them in concave
Wordpress/Moveable Type importer, These have defined export formats that shouldn't be too hard to import as pages
Database Walker, Describe, declaratively how to look at some RDB and import its content as pages for systems like Tyop3 and Drupal
Arbitrary data-source importer, RSS, Flickr
Directory layout can be something like this /plugin/schemata /plugin/models /plugin/view/view_classes /plugin/view/viewlet_classes /plugin/view/view_templates plugin/view/viewlet_templates Names of templates and classes can match one-to-one, and we call it a day.
Providing the URL exporter for these will be hard
We can use megrok.trails
Do we actually care about this?
Allow content types that can be submitted by anon users and workflowed
Make it easy to browse and manage sets of content, such as public content
Imports content through the arbitrary data-source importer
Provides a feed-display viewlet
Provides a feed folder that is where you configure that, Creates content objects for feed, if that's useful, Items can be workflowed if that's useful (for approval)
Provides a many-feed display viewlet, This basically aggregates the results of a bunch of feed folders
Should outbound syndication be core?
Review by voting
Group or role-based user content access
This one is actually pretty attractive to try to grab, but wouldn't be worthw hile until a lot of other things "just work"