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Part V: Collaboration, Workflow, Task Ma... > Establishing a Collaborative Authori...

Chapter 25. Establishing a Collaborative Authoring Environment

by Paul Colligan

In this chapter

A Collaborative Authoring Environment

Choosing the Right Technology

Establishing Workflow

The Development Environment

Checking Documents In and Out

Permissions

Assigning Documents

Publishing the Site

Troubleshooting

Design Corner: Whiteboarding

Today the complexities and requirements of Web development require a team effort. But the individualistic nature and tendencies of programmers, developers, and Web authors makes the process of team development a difficult one. Developers seem to always want to go their own way and work under their own terms using the programs and techniques they know best. Controlling such a group is like herding cats, but it must be done nonetheless. This chapter covers the process of developing the workflow process for developing a Web collaboratively using the technology provided by FrontPage 2002, including the power of integrated e-mail–based collaboration.


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