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Re: [school-discuss] CMS input requested..
On Thu, Jul 13, 2006 at 09:10:02AM -0600, Gordon J. Holtslander wrote:
> The biggest issue I've come across is that lots of CMS
> solutions while they may be very sophisticated and have
> extensive capabilites, most have very poor documentation.
It's the "start-up" issue... we use TYPO3 which has something
like an *excess* of documentation, sometimes.
It is also very nice at more boring maintenance issues,
unlike Mambo and a bunch of other, simpler buggy software.
It's also not really up to time-sensitive tasks when one
doesn't know the system already.
Drupal was runner-up in our internal review, and it had quite
interesting community site bunch-oriented features like
distributed logins back then; it also has raided bugtraq@
rather rarely since.
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