which tool to use?

Yoram Hekma yoram.hekma at aoes.com
Mon Nov 12 15:44:09 CET 2007

On Sun, Nov 11, 2007 at 01:06:35PM -0500, Brian Blais wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm looking for a system for managing submissions of proposals, with 
> multiple parts, and possible updating of those parts by the user (so it 
> needs some basic version control).  There has to be some sort of 
> permissions enforcement, to distinguish submitters from committee members 
> reading/commenting on proposals.  I've looked at Plone, but am not sure if 
> it is the correct tool for this job: it's much more than I need.  I could 
> try to roll my own, but it seems like I'd be reinventing the wheel.  Is 
> there software out there already for this kind of thing, preferably 
> customizable in Python?  I can be more specific about my requirements if 
> that would help.
> 			thanks,
> 				Brian Blais


Well, while it might be better to just try some systems and see which
one you like best, maybe Trac (in combination with SVN for the vcs part)
is something worth looking into.

See http://trac.edgewall.org/

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