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Poll suggestions – Post of the month – We want your help!


As we were posting more or less frequently we are trying to get better with that. We want to put the focus on a specific subject each month.

What do we want?

We (the brotherhood of the pagebuilder, like Fred likes to call us when we are meeting in our red dotted robes and the perfect appropriate scream masks from time to time) want you to suggest ideas, questions, topics. Just the stuff you want to know.

Why that?

We could write all the day about whatever we want to, but we want to know what you want to know. And we would like to get more details on the things you really are interested in concerning RedDot CMS projects.

How can I suggest the subject of the month?

Just use the form provided below and type in your question. We wil collect them and make a poll to let you decide which will be the next topic.

Update: 12/31/2008

The poll has been started, please suggest new stuff as comment below the poll form.

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Markus Giesen Markus Giesen is a Solutions Architect and RedDot CMS Consultant, formerly based in Germany. Travelling around the world to find and offer solutions for a better world (in a very web based meaning). He just found a way to do this as part of a Melbourne based online consultant house. On this blog Markus shares his personal (not his employers) thoughts and opinions on CMS and web development. In his spare time you will find him reading, snowboarding or travelling. Also, you should follow him on Twitter!

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5 comments for “Poll suggestions – Post of the month – We want your help!”

  1. [...] The last few weeks has seen some careful plotting about the future of http://www.reddotcmsblog.com. We are looking to take suggestions for new articles each month, so if you’ve got an idea that you want us to look into for you, come on over and leave us a comment, or fill in the poll (http://www.reddotcmsblog.com/poll-suggestions-post-of-the-month-we-want-your-help) [...]

    Posted by ReddotCMSBlog poll | End Transmission | November 28, 2008, 3:50 pm
  2. I would love to know more about how you use Foundational and child projects. We have experienced lots of pain trying to have a separate “staging” project and then needing to make manual updated to migrate changes from the staging to live project. Can you tell me a little more about how you use this concept? Are there any drawbacks? If this info is already somewhere, can you point me to it? Thanks!! Ashley

    Posted by Ashley Doughty | December 2, 2008, 4:50 pm
  3. That one I’m already working on :)
    Currently there are a few articles on that topic on http://www.endtransmission.co.uk that I will be merging together and cleaning up over the next few weeks

    Posted by Paul Smith | December 2, 2008, 5:14 pm
  4. please post about how to make list order match nav rendering!! Thanks :)

    Posted by Tiffany | December 5, 2008, 9:54 pm
  5. [...] Note: This post also appears on the Unofficial RedDot CMS Blog – check it out for more RedDot related posts from RedDot developers across the globe and less of my personal stuff :)   More importantly – why not get even more out of it by suggesting a topic for post of the month? [...]

    Posted by Adrian Mateljan » Blog Archive » Escaping RedDot | December 10, 2008, 11:54 pm

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