Which CMS to use for small website depolyed on FreeBSD?

Palle Girgensohn girgen at pingpong.net
Mon Jan 10 14:21:54 PST 2005

--On torsdag, december 30, 2004 14.51.17 -0500 Chris Shenton 
<chris at shenton.org> wrote:

> Palle Girgensohn <girgen at pingpong.net> writes:
>> A bit off-topic... I'm mailing this list to check if there are any
>> suggestions for a content management system for a rather small web site,
>> that is will be deployed on a FreeBSD web server. Open Source or
>> Commercial  doesn't matter. Optimally, it will exist in the ports
>> collection already.  If not, I'll port it and put into the tree :-)
>> It is not going to be a lot of modifications to the web site, no wikis
>> or  blogs, just a regular web site for an Opera Academy. The customer
>> wants a  webbrowser GUI for editing pages, and expects a CMS to manage
>> the pages.
> Plone can do that out of the box; the browser-based editor is an
> add-on "product" called Epoz. Both are in ports.
> I found getting Plone running, the Zope app server really, was a bit
> confusing: what do you do after you do the "make install clean" from
> ports?  There are now three books on Plone which should help (authors:
> McKay, Meloni, Cooper).
> If you go this route and get stuck, somewhere I ahve some text notes
> on what I needed to do that I could send you.


If you do find the notes, I'd be much obliged if you could send me a copy. 
I'm getting the McKay book, but it'll take some days to get it...


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