TeamSpace 1.5

TeamSpace provides a framework product providing sophisticated tools for organizational management and secure collaboration.
TeamSpace provides a framework product providing sophisticated tools for organizational management and secure collaboration.

The TeamSpace product is part of a developer toolkit allowing for sophisticated organization management using the Plone content management system.

TeamSpace provides a set of content types to represent your organizational structure, just as Remember uses the Member content type to represent an individual. The following types are among those provided:

Team
representing a team, group, department, project group, etc.

TeamMembership
representing a person's involvement with a Team

TeamSpace
a folder wherein members of a team have heightened priveleges for content creation and management. used as a workspace for collaboration, either visible to the public or private to the team members.

These are all full, workflowable, Archetypes content types, able to support custom schemas as needed. Team members can be active or inactive with a given team, and they can have varying roles (and thus priveleges) within the team's workspaces. Also, TeamSpaces can be associated with multiple teams providing easy support for cross-team collaboration.

Requirements:

Membrane 1.0b2 or greater

What's New in This Release:

This release of the TeamSpace product that removes all support for both CMFMember and for earlier, non-Z3 component architecture implementations of Membrane. Instead, this release requires Membrane 1.0b2 or greater.
Note that this means it will also work with the Remember product, as long as you have an appropriate version of Membrane installed.

last updated on:
March 10th, 2007, 16:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Rob Miller
homepage:
plone.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Internet \ HTTP (WWW)
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