anything is fine to me as long as the materials used are friendly., :-) well, according to PAGASA (weather forecast) the current condition is 19 deg celsius, the northeastern monsoon affecting Luzon and we are experiencing cloudy skies with scattered light rains...hehehe...Hey, how are you? I know its very cold there..:-) be careful...
i tried to use ning but there are some features which is not available here and i have to look a social community site which fits in our needs..and it makes me sick...because the administrators here wants to see the alumni site..though..im planning to use joomla because there's features for alumni which they can type their course, year of graduated, their current work and location. actually, that's all that they want...:-)
Hi John! Yes I am...I started to used dotnet since last october. am also a member of iTeam of St. paul University System (which consists of 6 school members). How about you? sop, you are specialized in CMS? do you heard about alfresco? actually, im undergo study of this open source because my friend said its one of the best CMS and it will fit to our needs. for now, im trying to use joomla for the social community for the alumni...i hope to hear any suggestion from you..
Well for us, the two are serving two different purposes. We have RD managing our web presence and we are harnessing SP for our intranet. RD is about to release a module that will allow the two to communicate with each other on some level, but the webinar we saw was brief, so I'm unsure as to how deep that goes.
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