[K12OSN] Web software

Timothy Hart timothy.hart at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 18:56:08 UTC 2006

Hello Sharon,

What exactly is it that you would like to be able to do? Meaning what
specific goals and content set do you want the page to do. Drupal and Joomla
are great, they just take a while to bend to your will. I have found the
best place to mess around with different content management systems is
http://www.opensourcecms.com/. They have a ton preinstalled for you to play
with. Check it out.

On 1/10/06, Sharon Betts <sbetts at msad52.k12.me.us> wrote:
> I am at a new district now and we need to completely rebuild our website.
> We have looked at Drupal and Joopla.  They are nice, but not really tuned
> to K-12 use.  Does anyone have anything that they reallly recommend?
> I do like the look of GVCSiteMaker -- and may go with it, but want to make
> certain we cover all the bases.
> Thanks
> Sharon Betts
> Educational Technology Coordinator MSAD#52
> 59 Cobb Rd
> Turner, ME 04282
> 207-225-4565
> sbetts at msad52.k12.me.us
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