[Evangelism] Water and Stone Open Source CMS report
T Kim Nguyen
nguyen at uwosh.edu
Wed Nov 30 07:10:39 UTC 2011
I thnk ploud.com is a very good answer to this point-and-click group's needs.
One of the things Guy Heckman and I started creating at PSE11 was virtual appliances that had Plone ready to go. We got bogged down with some problems in VirtualBox, but the idea was to get that and VMWare versions up where people could try them. But ploud.com is even simpler.
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On Nov 30, 2011, at 12:36 AM, Jan Ulrich Hasecke <juhasecke at googlemail.com> wrote:
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> Am 30.11.11 02:07, schrieb Ken Wasetis [Contextual Corp.]:
>> Yet another 'popularity contest' report (on the heals of the
>> PacktPub open source awards (
>> http://www.packtpub.com/open-source-awards-home ), which is merely
>> a vote for your favorite CMS, not any evaluation of which CMS tools
>> do XYZ better than the others out there.
>> Unfortunately, to some degree we do have to fight the popularity
>> wars too, but I don't see Plone ever being a popular as the
>> point-and-click-$5/mo-and-here-is-your-blog Wordpress generators
>> out there.
> If you use this as an excuse that Plone isn't easy to install,
> maintain and use, you will fail. I think that we should also address
> the point-and-click generation. Plone suits well for five-page
> websites and for five million-page websites.
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