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jjohn (22)

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Wednesday August 21, 2002
12:17 PM


[ #7218 ]

I started playing with PHP-Nuke today. I got it install easily enough. Even though I'm not crazy about PHP, it might be a good excerise to port A3 to it. We'll see. I don't have time to do that today. Besides Slash, what CMS programs are you using?

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  • I have never set one up, but you could try scoop []. It is written in perl, and has most of the same functionality as slash, but also allows for user voting on the submission queue.

    • Thanks for the tip, but I'm doing a lot with mod_perl right now and wanted to try something different. I don't quite want Zope. PHP-nuke was really easy to set up and it has 3rd party plugins too. I'll give it a whirl and report back here on its failings.