Project Blogging With Microsoft

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The Microsoft SharePoint Team Services Web tool enables project managers to build project Web sites to support the project team. Through SharePoint, project teams can do the following:
  • Post announcements about important project issues and news
  • Post notifications about important project events such as team meetings, code walks, documentation reviews, and other project milestones
  • Post links to other online resources of interest to the project
  • Hold online discussions about the project, tasks, and related topics
  • Share project documents online for review
SharePoint keeps project teams connected So do weblogs. And without the expense and proprietary lock-in of Sharepoint. And you won’t even need to install FrontPage.

Anil
February 9, 2003 9:48 PM

I wrote a little bit about SharePoint as a weblogging platform a few months ago. Most of it still applies. http://www.dashes.com/magazine/backissues/microsofts_weblog_software.php

Jeremy Cherfas
February 10, 2003 1:50 PM

Having Sharepoint thrust upon me, I looked for Anil's article and couldn't find it. any clues?

Adam Kalsey
February 10, 2003 2:01 PM

Anil included a link to his article, but the comments form doesn't allow HTMl, so it was stripped out. I've added it back in. See Anil's comment for the link.

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