[Catalyst] Open Source CMS
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Fri Apr 29 07:33:19 GMT 2011
I forgot to mention I used a corporate mediawiki as a backend for creating
catalyst TT pages. worked out excellent, supported 7 international (utf-8)
languages! utilized the power of categories, variables, etc to organize -
users had an easy syntax for wiki inclined or toolbar editing (wysiwyg). I
wrote a deployment tool w/ mechanize and I seem to recall mediawiki cpan
On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 11:42 PM, Mike Raynham
<catalyst at mikeraynham.co.uk>wrote:
> On 29/04/11 05:22, Peter Edwards wrote:
>> Alfresco leaks memory in practice.
>> Drupal is a better bet.
>> There are plenty of other CMS choices for small simple sites - I used
>> CMS Made Simple a few years back as it had a lot of self-service plugins
>> you could install through the admin UI, used Smarty templates, decently
>> separated CSS themes and a sane pluggable module approach that made it
>> easy to write extensions. I run DTC control panel on AWS and integrated
>> a perl script so customers can set up new sites on the fly.
>> Check out the Wikipedia page that compares features of CMSes.
>> A hosted software as service may be the best fit for you.
>> Regards, Peter
> Hi Peter,
> Thanks for the recommendations. I like the look of CMS made simple, and
> will definitely download and test it. I've used Smarty for quite a few
> websites, so that's a bonus.
> I've been using the Wikipedia page, but with so many systems available,
> it's a very time consuming job reading about each system and trying it ou=
> It's good to narrow the selection down first with the help of a few
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