[OT] CMS suggestions?
Anselm R Garbe
garbeam at gmail.com
Sat Aug 8 16:34:20 MSD 2009
I recommend http://werc.cat-v.org as cms alternative.
On Aug 8, 2009 12:02 PM, "Hone Watson" <hone at codingstore.com> wrote:
Having used a lot of php and python cms, including Joomla and Plone,
I would recommend anything other than Joomla or Plone. These are both
pig cms's. Drupal or even Wordpress are better options than Joomla.
Django over Plone.
On Sat, Jun 27, 2009 at 5:05 AM, Cliff Wells<cliff at develix.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-06-26 at 19:39 +0100, Nuno Magalhães wrote:
>> >> - php-based
>> Because right now i know a little PHP, so if a PHP-based CMS happens
>> to crash or if there's something i might want to change, i'll know
>> what i'm looking at when i open the hood.
>> > For this and other reasons, we usually prefer Plone (Python-based,
>> > www.plone.org).
>> Which would mean i'd have (or want) to learn Python. It's on my list,
>> but not checked yet. Plus, this is obviously my opinion, i feel
>> scripting languages make much more sense than programming languages as
>> far as web-content goes. I like how PHP is embeded in HTML and
>> vice-versa, makes sense to me.
>> I've barely explored Python, though, but i'll check out Plone.
> Plone runs on Zope, which is pretty much the opposite of "lightweight".
> It's huge and slow (although quite powerful if you want to dedicate a
> goodly portion of your life to learning it).
> You won't be able to handle any significant amount of traffic without a
> dedicated server (better yet, two dedicated servers, one server running
> Squid as a caching proxy in front of a Zope cluster on the other
> If you want lightweight and easy, I'd stick with a PHP blog or CMS
> (although you'll want to be *very* wary of security flaws) *or* if you
> are willing to learn Python (pretty easy), I'd consider using a lighter
> Python framework such as Pylons or Turbogears.
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