[wp-edu] Distributed Support for Wordpress Multi-site Networks
azuckers at gmu.edu
Mon Apr 18 19:55:54 UTC 2011
That sounds like it could be pretty useful. If you do go forward with it,
I'd like to hear how it goes.
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On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 3:12 PM, VanDrimmelen, Jeff <jeffvand at unc.edu>wrote:
> Hey All,
> I have a question for you. Our multi-site instance is growing quickly
> since we started it last year. We have around 1200 sites now (
> http://web.unc.edu). My question is about support. It is quickly growing
> beyond my ability to provide support for all the sites myself. We have a
> very distributed IT here on UNC-CH campus and I would like to give rights to
> some of the folks in the distributed departments to allow them to support
> their users better.
> Has anyone else had a situation like this and what did y'all do to best
> manage it? I am thinking of categorizing the departments using a plugin
> like WPMU's Blog Types - http://premium.wpmudev.org/project/blog-types. And
> then giving certain users rights to edit sites that fall in a certain
> category. I thought I would start with y'all before developing my own
> Thanks for any thoughts or leads you have.
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