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Re: [libreoffice-website] CMS requirements / suitability testing
- Subject: Re: [libreoffice-website] CMS requirements / suitability testing
- From: Keith Williams <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2010 14:13:03 -0400
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd set up a demo, if you send me what the requirements are. I can probably
do this in a day or two.
You seem to be fairly set on silver stripe and if thats what you want then
by all means do that. If you want a demo of Drupal and a site to kick
around let me know. I can even show you how to use some of the major
features. I'd like you to show me silverstripe in return though.
On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 1:18 PM, Christian Lohmaier <
> Hi Keith,
> On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 5:51 AM, Keith Williams
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > [...]
> > I would set out some tasks that the CMS will need to facilitate and judge
> > from that.
> See the start of the thread.
> > I also think that you will find that using Drupal's solr search
> > and integrated commenting / discussion features will help to open up
> > participation by people.
> silverstripe has that as well, as shown on the Faq-page of the demo:
> Drupal might have a huge amount of extensions, a huge userbase and a
> huge amount of followers, but as mentioned that doesn't matter to me.
> Believe me:
> I set up the mentioned guidelines/requiremente *before* looking for a
> cms to try out myself, and not after playing with silverstripe.
> And of course I visited pages like drupal and whatnot (used
> wikipedia's overview as a starting point).
> silverstripe was the first one where I could determine it would suite
> my needs without spending hours on the corresponding website.
> > Go to:
> > http://api.drupal.org and see the documentation
> > Check out the amount of documentation and information is available for
> > configuring and managing Drupal. Does silverstripe have the same?
> Of course silverstipe has api documentation, (
> http://api.silverstripe.org/ ) documentation on how to configure the
> modules, support fora, etc.
> by looking at the api site, the list of core modules is very short.
> (i.e. those that are maintained by the core developers of
> silverstripe). But the point is also that it doesn't need that much
> documentation, that the new site doesn't need much more than that.
> You guys always demand that you definitely must try drupal - but did
> /*you*/ have a closer look at silverstripe yet?
> > [..]
> > Anyway, I like Drupal obviously, but this isn't blind love. If I found
> > something that I could develop as fast with and not do boring forms and
> > reports by hand then I'd look into it.
> See - same for me. Found silverstripe. It does what I want it do, thus
> I'm happy with it, and the urge to look out for alternative
> significantly diminished.
> Fullquote snipped. Please do inline quoting without fullquotes.
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