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Subject:Re: Management of Web pages From:Ed Dowgiallo <edowgial -at- PROLOG -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 21 May 1996 22:09:50 -0400
Sally Yeo wrote:
> If anyone has had experience using a document management system to
> manage the creation process on a large Web site with multiple writers, I
> would like to know what tools you use and any comments you have about
> The site we are currently developing has about 200 pages and about 10
> people working on it. At any given time, some 5 people could be
> accessing the same page. We especially need the check-in/check-out
> feature of doc management systems, at a low cost. I have researched a
> number of systems that sound great, but their cost is way more than I
> can get my company to spring for.
> Sally Yeo
> sallyyeo -at- execpc -dot- com
I would suggest a software product called PVCS from Intersolv.
It is generally used by software developers, but is inexpensive and can
be used to manage any kind of text. In particular, it does have the
check-in/check-out support you are looking for.
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