Last updated by indytechcook on Fri, 2012-05-04 21:38
Attached are wireframes for the Content Staging Initiative. Be sure to see the definitions for information about the different areas. http://groups.drupal.org/node/225474
Rather then creating a new workflow solution, we decided to provide rules to integrate any workflow solution (See Here). The workflow administration wireframes are now just a recommend structure for any new solution.
The collection admin screens are used to create and administer the collection. These are for site Builders
Collection Content Admin
This is a possible mockup to see all of the changes that are attached to a collection. The main column of the screen represents the "preview" of a single node. The "regions" on the page could represent theme regions or panel regions. Try not to get stuck on the details of this page. It's one possible view.
The right sidebar contains some of the options for the collection. The Home page is currently being viewed. There are also blocks associated to this collection.
Bulk Revision Collection
This page is similar to the node content screen except it's by revisions. The "Status" column would respect the workflow solution that is currently in use. This screen gives the ability to filter by collections or workflow status, then perform bulk operations on the revisions.
The content edit screens show a possible UI for scheduling revision transitions, adding a revision to a collection and transitioning the revision.
When a revision is being reviewed, the site is in review mode. Here you can view the revision in context of what it will look like with the rest of the page. You can transition the revision from this screen.
Content Moderation Tab
This is a possible content moderation tab for the node. It borrows heavily from Workbench Moderation.
The Site Preview mode is activated from the Site Preview Form. This form is populated by the Site Preview Conditions. When the site preview mode is active, there will be a toolbar on the screen informing the user of the state of the site.