On 8/11/06, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
>> Quoting John P. Looney (valen at tuatha.org):
> > Hey, anyone know if a decent equivalent of PHPnuke that isn't shit, and
> > written in python ?
> Maybe MoinMoin?
That...looks very like a wiki. Just a wiki. I'd hoped for a lot more. Some
sort of frame work where I could hang db-oriented applications I write, with
basic ones already written, like a wiki, forums, image gallery, download
page, decent user schema I can extend.
I was pointed at the CMS comparison website, and was *stunned* that there
were 90 odd CMS systems out there. And no clear 'this is good' one. Failing
that, am I better off starting with a python templating system, and then
hacking Moin onto it ?
I was hoping to use this for user authentication -
> I'd a quick look at Zope....
Indeed. And it still seems to be the best contender. I just want a basic
framework I can add to, without getting left behind when new security fixes
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