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Re: [OT] CMS suggestions?



Hello there, 
  Just wondering does Plone support arabic language?
Thanks

kedd 05 április 2005 17:11 dátummal sharif islam ezt írta:
> Thanks for the all the replies. I will look into plone and zope.
>
> One of  concern is my not so tech savvy users. Most of them are
> currently using DreamWeaver or similar products. HOw is the plone
> interface setup compared to DreamWeaver?
>
> On Apr 4, 2005 3:11 PM, D. D. Brierton <darren dzr-web com> wrote:
> > On Mon, 2005-04-04 at 14:09 -0500, sharif islam wrote:
> > > I am looking into CMS products. I have a fairly large site(20,000
> > > page) with 40 or person editing different sections. We also use some
> > > dynamic php,perl page.  Currently it is residing in a fedora server
> > > with mysql. I have tested mambo, drupal and few others. But I haven't
> > > found a open source product that would play nicely with multiple sites
> > > and editors. Any suggestions?
> >
> > It's tricky. There are many many FOSS CMS systems out there. Many of
> > them developed out of smaller projects originally designed to do one
> > specific kind of task, like running a blog, a news site, a Wiki, or a
> > bulletin board, and slowly added more general CMS functionality.
> >
> > For example, Word Press (wordpress.org) is an Apache/MySQL/PHP
> > application which is slowly but surely maturing from a blogging tool
> > into a general purpose personal publishing platform. It would support
> > multiple editors, but not multiple sites, and I doubt it would scale
> > well to 20,000 pages.
> >
> > MediaWiki (mediawiki.org) is the Wiki software which runs WikiPedia and
> > is Apache/MySQL/PHP based. It will almost certainly scale well to your
> > needs but without knowing more about what it is you want to do it is
> > impossible to tell whether it would meet your needs.
> >
> > In my opinion, the only enterprise level CMS out there is Plone
> > (plone.org), which is based on top of Zope (zope.org). There are
> > packages for Zope and Plone available in Fedora Extras. However, Zope is
> > a web application framework which includes its own HTTP server and
> > object oriented database. Getting it to work with existing Perl, PHP and
> > MySQL material may be difficult, especially if you are completely new to
> > Plone and Zope. However, if you were interested in at least considering
> > the possibility of migrating everything you currently have over to a new
> > system then I would recommend you take a look at it.
> >
> > Best, Darren
> >
> > --
> > =====================================================================
> > D. D. Brierton            darren dzr-web com          www.dzr-web.com
> >        Trying is the first step towards failure (Homer Simpson)
> > =====================================================================


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