[clug-talk] easy content management system

Dave Watkins dave at davewatkins.net
Sat Nov 27 22:29:18 PST 2004

Drupal is @ http://www.drupal.org/

Content Mgt Comparison is @ httrp://www.cmsmatrix.org/ 


Dave Watkins
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From: clug-talk-bounces at clug.ca [mailto:clug-talk-bounces at clug.ca] On Behalf
Of Shawn
Sent: November 27, 2004 8:09 PM
To: hh at hayz.ws; CLUG General
Subject: Re: [clug-talk] easy content management system

The best one I know about (based on comments I've seen, and the features of 
the system) is Drupal.  This appears to be a rather comprehensive solution, 
yet easy to maintain.  However I haven't yet used it, so cannot comment 

I forget the link off hand, but there is a site where the sole purpose is to

list the different CMS/Blogging tools with comments and ratings (I think).  
I'll see if I can track down this site later.


On Saturday 27 November 2004 11:32, Jason Hayes wrote:
> Just wondering if anyone here has any comments on a relatively solid and
> easy to use content management system for a very small church's site.
> I'm asking because changing work situations may soon make it impossible
> for me to admin their site anymore. That means that I need to transition
> them to something that will allow them to manage content without too
> much difficulty. The people who would be doing the admin have zero
> experience managing a web site (they don't know how to write html, php,
> etc.), so if I can find something that lets them do a word processing
> style updates, that would be the most useful.
> The only CMS setups that I am (remotely) familiar with are Plone and PHP
> Nuke. However, after the problems that the CLUG website had with PHP
> Nuke, I am very hesitant to use that.
> Any comments or direction from folks who are familiar with Plone or
> other similar options would be greatly appreciated.

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