Best Blog Ap in the Ports?
ryanfirst at sympatico.ca
Sun Jan 28 02:52:55 UTC 2007
If you don't need all that Druapl has to offer, just set the default
front page to the blog that is included. I know it's a CMS with many
features that you may not require at this time but, as time goes on, Drupal
has the ability to do almost anything you will need.
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From: "bobmc" <bobmc at bobmc.net>
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Sent: Saturday, January 27, 2007 8:03 PM
Subject: Re: Best Blog Ap in the Ports?
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "bobmc" <bobmc at bobmc.net>
> > To: "FreeBSD Questions" <questions at freebsd.org>
> > Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 11:49 PM
> > Subject: Re: Best Blog Ap in the Ports?
> > >>Tuareg wrote:
> >>> On 1/26/07, eoghan <eoghanj at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>>> On 26 Jan 2007, at 17:41, chris at chrismaness.com wrote:
> >>>>> What is the best blog ap in the ports tree? I was thinking of
> >>>>> starting a
> >>>>> blog on my server for my Chemistry Students.
> >> Since blogs and wikis are typically written in high-level such as PHP
> >> and Perl, a port to a specific UNIX type OS should not be necessary.
> >> you know about LAMP? Linux, Apache, MySQL, and ( Perl | PHP). Scratch
> >> out Linux and you will find that AMP runs anywhere. Call it BSD-AMP if
> >> you like. I expect it will support your blogs and wikis very well.
> >> There is a certain amount of hype about LAMP probably started by some
> >> Linux advocate not realizing that the valuable abstraction is being
> >> obscured. -BobMc-
> >> >>Ryan Wrote:- Drupal (http://drupal.org/), it's a more than just a
> Drupal is fine software but it is complex and overkill for a blog -BobMc-
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