Okay. So — I am a member of a shadowy multinational organization that needs a web site.
Oh, not really. I'm a member of a lawyer's representative committee that works with judges of a particular court. We work with judges on rule suggestions, coordinating pro bono activities, etc.
We want a website for the use of the lawyer representatives and the judges and their staff. Figure 100 users tops. It would need to have these features:
1. Secure and password-protected.
2. A calendar for events.
3. Some useful widget for contact information. Perhaps a widget to send messages to members of a particular sub-committee.
4. A secure and easily-moderated forum — or other discussion venue — for exchanging ideas.
5. A very high level of ease of use on the user end, so that judges will use it even if they make limited use of computers.
I suspect that it's better to go with some sort of turnkey solution rather than building a site from scratch.
Any suggestions? Has anyone used a particular web platform for medium sized groups to coordinate activities?
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