Question on Web/Content Management packages
ggop at madras.dyndns.org
Sun Dec 21 16:40:30 PST 2003
On Sun, Dec 21, 2003 at 07:33:03PM -0500, Scott W wrote:
> Hey all- while this isn't a FreeBSD specific question, I'm hoping
> someone may have an answere or two for me, for a system that's capable
> of running on FreeBSD.
> I've done a fair amount of searching (Google, FreshMeat, lists) and I
> seem to be unable to find exactly what I'm looking for-
> I'd like to find a Web Content Management system that does the following:
> 1. Runs on FreeBSD with Apache. PHP is fine, as would be Perl.
> Backend DB can be PostgreSQL or mysql.
> 2. Creates a consistent site feel (CSS templates?) but allows
> customization, preferably without an insane amount of 'by hand' work on
> the pages.
> 3. Has a clean interface to enter a new story/news item/content-
> accepting an input text file and using the equivalent of the
> preformatted tag woould be fine. My main issue is I want to worry about
> the content, not formatting or integrating into the site by hand.
> 4. Allows user logins to be turned off if so equipped.
> What it doesn't need:
> 1. Forums
> 2. User Registration
> 3. News/RSS feeds
I think Zope (www.zope.org) does all of what you want.
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