Blogory Manual Pages
Blogory is a multi-user content management system. It supports multiple content typoes, and both public and private blogs. PermaLink
Describes what Bloggers are allowed to do
Talks about editing Blogory HTML objects.
Branch Manager Permissions
Describes what branch managers are allowed to do.
Branch objects know about all of their leaves.
The ZMI allows one to manage groups of objects.
- Blogger Permissions (1)
- Blogory Concepts (6)
- Blogory Manual Pages (17)
- About (66)
Blogory is a multi-user content management system. It supports multiple content typoes, and both public and private blogs. Blogory is organized as a tree of objects, soon a graph of objects. There are two parts to the tree. The group part organizes exeryone's postings. The private part, has a folder for each user, containing a copy of their group postings. You edit objects in your private part. Edits to an object in the private part also show up in both the group part. The group part is organized by branch managers. The private part is organized by each individual blogger.
For people used to the Zope 2 ZMI, blogory is both natural and a bit tricky. The natural part is that it is just a Zope ZMI. The tricky part is that there are now two copies of objects living in two different trees. One copy of every object lives in the group tree, one copy lives in your private tree. This is a big mental shift.
Different people can do different things to the private versions of objects, and the gorup versions of objects.
Every blogger can add objects to the group tree, but can only edit, and manage their own private tree. Edits on the private tree, show up in the group tree. Deleteling links and postings in a private tree, delete those objects in the group tree. Deleting categories in the private tree is only possible if both the private part of the category is empty, and the group part is empty.
Branch managers can manage and edit objects in their branch, but they cannot delete them.