[development] module categories
gunnar at langemark.com
Tue Jan 24 18:49:51 UTC 2006
What you're looking at here is faceted metadata, which is - btw - one of
the strenghts of the Drupal taxonomy module.
> categorizing modules -- this is a great project. another thought.
> modules by use. when you set up civicspace, it asks if you want to set
> up a site for
> 1) politics
> 2) artists
> one category there would definitely
> 3) ecommerce
> and maybe
> 4) paid memberships.
> on another dimension, stability, we could have categories like
> 1) well documented
> 2) contributed by core developers
> on another dimension, ease of use
> 1) easy (only ftp necessary)
> 2) moderate (need to import mysql tables)
> 3) advanced
> since i'm developing an ecommerce site, i really think it'd be fabulous
> to have the list of ecommerce sites (which kieran pointed me to one day
> on civicspace, thank you kieran) along with evaluations of how well it's
> documented, how stable it is, and how easy to use.
> we should also indicate which modules conflict with each other.
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