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Re: [libreoffice-website] CMS requirements / suitability testing


Hi Benjamin, *,

On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 1:43 PM, Benjamin Horst <bhorst@mac.com> wrote:
> [...]
> Of the platforms mentioned so far in this thread, Drupal is the only name I recognized.
> Drupal is also used already for the OOo Extensions and Templates sites,

And those are sites with notorious performance issues. I don't know
what measures to handle it the admins used though.

Please: Don't fullquote. Experience shows again and again that people
who top-post and fullquote didn't take the time to read what was
written before.
And of course it makes the discussion harder to follow.

The point "use a well known one since there people will not have
problems using it" is void. Ease of use doesn't come with popularity.
But yes, an established history of course also helps.

As for static pages: Yes, I'd really prefer this, since that would
also allow copying the static pages to a completely different host
easily and eliminates the reason for a performance penalty in the
first place.
memory-caches can still be used of course.

ciao
Christian
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