kevin.kitts at gmail.com
Fri Feb 9 11:15:24 EST 2007
I'm thinking about setting up a website for internal use at my company. I
think that the site would have three primary purposes:
1) Wiki/Content Managment System (searchable, storage of documentation on
system architectures, technical procedures, etc)
2) Issue/Bug tracking
3) Project Management/Version Control (very high level/simple subversion
would probably be overkill)
I've looked at the documentation for a few packages: trac, zope, drupal and
Wikipedia. One requirement that may go against the nature of a wiki is that
I will probably need some type of user/group security model that would allow
certain sections/tags to be restricted to certain users/groups.
Can anyone reccomend a web-site creation tool that might meet my needs? Keep
in mind that I am an Oracle DBA - and my ability to tweak the web site will
be limited - primarily by the amount of time that I have available to work
on it. I am semi-fluent in Linux - will probably use RedHat for this - and I
do have some limited Linux Sys Admin support available to me.
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