[Catalyst] Open Source CMS

Devin Austin devin.austin at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 16:45:57 GMT 2011

On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 10:40 AM, Mike Raynham
<catalyst at mikeraynham.co.uk>wrote:

> I know that this is not a Catalyst question, but I hope to get the opinio=
> of those that use Catalyst.
> I develop web sites for small businesses, and really like using Perl and
> Catalyst.  However, there are times when developing a custom CMS is not
> really appropriate - usually because it takes too much time (and hence
> money) to develop, and because there are lots of ready made systems out
> there already that will do the job.
> I've started to look into some of these systems, including Drupal and
> Bricolage.  For my sins, I have spent a lot of time working with PHP, so
> whilst I'd prefer a Perl framework, using a PHP system wouldn't really be=
> problem.
> Drupal is looking quite interesting, and it supports Pg, which is
> definitely a bonus.
> Bricolage also looks good, but most of the information that I can find
> about it is now quite old - although there was a new release in February
> 2011.  Bricolage is written in Perl and it supports Pg.
> Does anyone have any experiences with open source CMS frameworks that they
> are able to share?
> Regards,
> Mike
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denny wrote ShinyCMS: http://shinycms.org/

And I'm currently working on one (pre-alpha): http://github.com/dhoss/Deimo=

There are a few others, but those two are Cat based and come to mind most

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Devin Austin
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