On Monday 26 June 2006 16:54, Rick Moen wrote:
> Quoting CP Hennessy (cp.hennessy at openapp.biz):
> > On Monday 26 June 2006 09:41, John P. Looney wrote:
> > > Hey, I'm looking to upgrade a crappy hackable site from phpnuke to
> > > something like Zope (which I looked at years ago, but was unfinished at
> > > the time). What is it like these days ? Are there loads of handy forum
> > > & gallery plugins, or is it a 'build it yourself' system, aimed at
> > > professional CMS developers ?
> > It's pretty good. I'd go with Plone (which is built on top of Zope and
> > has many plugins available).
>> Hacking Plone is like swimming through treacle.
Well the original question was whether there were plugins or a do-it-yourself
solution. I was suggesting that plone answered the plugins question, without
having to bother with a DIY one. It's easy to install and test.
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