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hi @gyst

Yes I remember the Ploomcake distro that using an overrides to the ++add++PloneSite like this.

I think so it should be at docs.plone.org website

Ok @tkimnguyen :smile:

I was working on collective.cpanel with the dual goal of a nice zope landing page that let you pick "distributions" instead of GS profiles and also made it easy to let non-admin people creates sites (after verifying their email address)

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@macagua that folder is created... it's at https://plone.org/community/edu/intranet

I see this is viewable by anon, is that intended?

The intranet folder is public draft and so are sub folders but pages are private. I thought it would be useful for visitors to see the intranet folder as a hint

That does sound reasonable, but this visitor was inclined to see the empty folders as an indication that nothing is being submitted.

OK... what do you recommend, or what wording on that folder would address that? I'm open to suggestions :smile:

How about:

Please log in to view or submit drafts of HOWTOs, recipes, ...

with some body text elaborating the goals of the intranet. In this case don't show the empty folders. They're only sensible if navigating them is actually constructive, and if they're always going to be empty, that's not constructive.

That folder and the two folders inside it are "public draft", so yes, they are visible but pages contained in them are not (those are "private"). I thought it would be good for people to know there was an Intranet folder.

Currently the only page in there that's being worked on is the list of add-ons that are specifically useful to education.

As we receive success story submissions I've been putting them directly into the https://plone.org/community/edu/success-stories https://plone.org/community/edu/success-stories folder, still private, until they are revised and then we publish them.

The intranet folder is public draft and so are sub folders but pages are
private. I thought it would be useful for visitors to see the intranet
folder as a hint

Hmm that sounds reasonable, but what if they see it as evidence that
no one ever submits anything?
Maybe say "Please log in to see or to submit work in progress [...]",
if you think it's worthwhile.

J

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