CMS on FreeBSD
David.Bear at asu.edu
Fri Mar 19 14:02:30 PST 2004
On Fri, Mar 19, 2004 at 01:53:04PM -0500, Scott I. Remick wrote:
> I'm thinking about setting up a FreeBSD-based CMS/intranet and wanted to
> know what other people were doing.
you should at least read through some of the material on zope. its
well maintained in the ports collection -- take a look at the zope cmf
and plone material
> I'm also concerned about Plone using its own webserver. I feel very good
> using Apache as I've a lot of experience with it, and I like the idea of
> delegating components to groups with that strength. I also don't know
> Python, but could try and learn if Plone was worth it.
most people run zope/cmf/plone in back of apache with mod_proxy and
> What are other people doing for CMS on FreeBSD? Just how different is Plone
> from the *Nukes? Are there fundamental differences I need to understand?
> Can I do everything I want to with Plone without having to become a Python
> expert, code my own modules, etc?
don't know anything about Nukes but Plone is very good.
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