[Evangelism] Page based CMS

Roger Erens roger at erens-krekels.net
Thu Dec 13 01:06:21 UTC 2012


Another possible interpretation might be a 'single-paged website' that
handles navigation and everything else via ajax-calls, staying on the same
URL.

On Thu, Dec 13, 2012 at 12:46 AM, ctxlken <ken.wasetis at contextualcorp.com>wrote:

> When the 'Drupal guy' asked, it might have been more a matter of him
> getting a feel for whether Plone is a 'real CMS' that handles structured
> content types with custom metadata well, or is just more of a 'basic web
> publishing' tool, as Wordpress at least started out as, and some other
> tools continue to be (have a main 'Page' content type, folders, files,
> images, but not really much in the way of custom types that each have
> different properties beyond the typical Dublin Core fields (Title, Desc,
> Subject, Creation/Eff/Eff dates, etc.)
>
> That would have been my impression, anyhow.  And coming from that angle,
> IMHO, I don't think it's a real good marketing strategy for Plone to be
> touted as 'page-based'.  That would make it sound simple, yet less
> capable to me (e.g., Wordpress, et al.)
>
> -Ken
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> On 12/12/12 4:54 PM, Dylan Jay [via Plone] wrote:
> > I only bring this up as its the second time I've heard this term in a
> > week. Last week a Drupal guy asked me if plone was a page based CMS.
> > This might be an marketing angle competitors use going forward.
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