[drupal-devel] CCK Nomenclature

Bèr Kessels berdrupal at tiscali.be
Mon Feb 28 22:16:49 UTC 2005

Op maandag 28 februari 2005 21:58, schreef Gabor Hojtsy:
> Node != content. 
Wohoo! :) A node is a point where information gets together to form a "thing". 
That thing might very well be content yes, but does not nessecarily have to 
be that. 

-1 on the word content.

>Or if we use the name 'content' for 'node', we could
> actually replace all apperances of 'node' with 'content'... I assumed we
> use the 'content' word on the interface to not scare people, but
> acknowledging that a 'content' is less then a 'node'. It all comes down
> to the definition of course, so both of these words can mean the same.
> But is a 'user profile' (which is going to be buildable with CCK) a
> 'content'??? Is a product a 'content'? I would not use this word for it.
> But then I am not a native English speaker, so I might have a different
> view on it...

:) Grin. 

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