[scribus] Todos and workflow tool for small team DTP
jluc at no-log.org
Tue Sep 16 08:57:06 UTC 2014
Le 16/09/2014 09:15, JLuc a écrit :
> Peter Normander wrote :
> > I ended up settings up a proof of concept system with Trac.
> I know trac as a user so i had a closer look at the documentation
> I was surprised there is only one plugin :
> it looks like there has been little customisation untill now.
No ! More plugins on http://trac-hacks.org !
> Nice to think of using the wiki or the tickets as text files.
> I would not intend to export to scribus,
> except maybe very basic layouts.
> Handwork with scribus is OK.
> It was interesting to discover how to edit trac's workflow
> Customisation is a bit complex (not GUI based) but it is elaborate
> and would perfectly fit the needs.
> Python and Open Source would make it possible to tweak trac
> so as to fit other needs also.
> For example : have "character count" or "page count" or "dedicated time" columns
> for each created issue/article/chapter
> or for each comment added to each issue/article/chapter.
> It would then be possible do sum up the times
> and provide a more global view for an article or chapter.
> However, I'm not sure i have the time for these tweaks !
> I'm no python expert, and as for now i'm looking for ready made tools,
> with GUI only based setups.
> (In case i could take the time to go into code and,
> i would probably choose SPIP because i'm used to this php framework
> SPIP includes texts management, rights managements,
> and it got a 'ticket' plugin as a base for an edit workflow management.)
> >> Do you use some tools to manage your edit workflows ?
> Thanks a lot for sharing !
>> Not currently, but I have previously been looking into some simple tools.
>> My idea was to keep it simple, web based and try to stick to something I
>> knew pretty well already.
>> I ended up settings up a proof of concept system with Trac.
>> Trac is a combined project management and wiki software, where you can
>> design your own workflows. My idea was that text could be written with trac
>> wiki formatting. Trac wiki formatting can be used both in wiki pages (in
>> that case each article would have its own wiki page, linked from a workflow
>> ticket) or directly in a workflow ticket field (for smaller articles). Trac
>> allows for custom fields in the tickets.
>> Trac has support for "roles" to use for permissions (and to have
>> permissions change according to the workflow).
>> The only think my proof of concept lacked was an import filter to import
>> trac wiki formatted text into Scribus.
>> Oh, right, also I used a separate solution for images, I used Gallery. The
>> disadvatage was that the version of trac I used had its own user database
>> and no support for external integration. But I think newer versions of trac
>> can integrate with for example Gallery.
>> Now, this was a couple of years ago and I had really no idea what to look
>> for, so take this as a "view of a different way to do things":)
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