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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report
Thursday July 12, 2007
So you're thinking about using a content management system for a new website? Here's a few thoughts on some popular CMS systems on the hates-software.com
site: poofygoof hates software: content management systems
A few quotes I particularly liked:
- however, after reading
further, it appears that plone has its own idea of how databases should
work, and doesn't use a SQL backend out of the box.
thanks, zopers, but I have better things to do than wank in python.
- web input methods are _STILL_ the simplistic
hack they always were, and the last thing I want to do is handle content
generation WITHIN A WEB BROWSER. I want to view it in a browser, but
not generate it there. I'll edit XML, even. drupal does not appear to
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