> The problem is the xml-stream. We have always:
> xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"
> as the startline.
> But it must look like:
> xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"
> that it works with international charsets.
This can be tidied up with some new features in CVS
> ad 3.) I see. But I am not a blog expert, I am a senior consultant working with CMS, DM, Workflow and portal systems since more then 15 years. I help large accounts to find and implement leading products. Since 2 years I am watching open source software products for managing content and improve business processes. I know a lot of other systems (typo3, xoops, postnuke,...).
> I can help to set up a process to compare tikiwiki with other/commercial products and regarding the requirements of the users / customers. Furthermore I have experience and a human network to promote software products.
> Is this useful?
Of course! How do we compare? You could probably do with getting in touch with Marc Laporte UserPageMarcLaporte as he deals with our Tiki Marketing