[clug] Midgard Web Content MAnagement System
leigh at leighfinch.com
Fri Apr 29 09:36:10 GMT 2005
We've been using Zope and Plone for Beijing This Month Publications <http://www.btmbeijing.com>
and it's served us quite well for a magazine and journal website and
archive. It has quite a number of "products" which make it easier to
deploy different kinds of website additions such as RSS. For our
website it was heavily modified which took knowledge of Python. I
think the installation was much more difficult than say Mambo, but for
our purposes once set up has been reliable, and easy for our editors
to add web pages, and publish the online version of our Magazines.
Contact me off list if you want any more info.
Drew Parsons wrote:
>On Fri, 2005-04-29 at 15:52 +1000, Stephen Hodgman wrote:
>>We are evaluating different open source CMS for our new website. I
>>would prefer to go with the Linux Apache MySql Php model and have come
>>across Midgard (www.midgard-project.org). It seems OK but I am
>>struggling to come to grips with the concepts and how it is used.
>>Does anybody have any experience with this?
>>Anybody have any recommendations of equivalent or better systems?
>I've heard Zope is held in good regard for this sort of thing. It's
>based on Python, I think. I haven't used it myself though, and I don't
>know if a project specifically for customer management has been built
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