I'm not really sure either--I was just the scribe for that session!
The main difference I see is that clicking into a Plone website (when
logged in) changes to edit mode.
Sorry to not have a better answer.
On Mar 9, 2009, at 7:35 PM, Genny Engel wrote:
> I have heard this before, that Plone is better than Drupal for the
> end user / content contributor, and that people like the "inline
> editing." I've been a little baffled comparing Drupal 6 and Plone
> because the editing features actually look about equally ...
> er ... not-quite-what-they're-gonna-want for our potential content
> contributors. I'm not really getting what's more inline about
> Plone editing -- both have an Edit option that brings up a web
> form. Perhaps the divide between Drupal and Plone editing
> interfaces was significantly greater in earlier Drupal versions?
> The only one I've really looked at in depth has been 6.
> Genny Engel
> Sonoma County Library
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> from Vignette ($ license, complicated end-user interface). Didn't have
> SDK's, hard to get content contributed. Content contributor user
> interface (Drupal easier for programmers, sucks for end-user.)