Frequently Asked Questions
A: The Santa Fe Tribune is an experimental test-platform for local, online news service in Santa Fe
A: We'll have some staff writers, and some volunteer contributors. Would you like to contribute? You may. Contact us.
A: What is it worth to you?
A: The site is driven by an all original PHP content management system. The system works somewhat like a blog system such as Wordpress, somewhat like a wiki such as Mediawiki, and somewhat like a traditional full-scale content management system such as Drupal -- but much simpler.
A: Actually, some add-on components add extra muscle. Add-on components include the Disqus comment system, OpenX advertising management package, SimplePie RSS parsing package and WebCalendar, an open source event management package.
A: An extremely granualar read/write access system lets us assign writers permission to easily create new pages using a what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIYG) editor, much like what you might typically use to write e-mails. We have restricted access pages for administrators, a group system that lets us assign people and permissions to groups, several transclusion systems that let us easily add content to pages yet allows members to edit that content without breaking complex page layouts.
A: E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A: You can donate today. Click here.