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On Thu, 9 Jun 2005, Laszlo Hornyak wrote:
> What about a ready solution such as apache cocoon or lenya? I think it has
> quite a lot of advantages.
'k, not having done much with cocoon except set it up ... how does it
handle mirror sites? I believe with bricolage, the 'content add' is
seperate from the 'display' (you still publish the pages to a central
size, which end-users then make use of) ...
> Josh Berkus wrote:
>>> All the work is currently being done by people that know HTML so
>>> initially that is all the support that is required, however in the
>>> longterm this will definitely be useful.
>> Well, that's certainly self-fulfilling.
>> The reason why the number of PostgreSQL websites keeps expanding is partly
>> because the main site is pretty useless to the majority of the community
>> for sharing information. I know that I specifically stopped submitting
>> stuff to Techdocs because I spend more time doing HTML markup than I did
>> writing articles ... and that it was impossible to keeps stuff up to date
>> because it's so hard to edit. And the Brazillian community members I
>> talked to aren't interested in creating or utilizing a Brazillian version
>> of the main site because it doesn't allow them to share information the way
>> their wiki does.
>> If you and Robert are happy being the sole content providers for
>> PostgreSQL.org in perpetuity, then by all means don't use a CMS. But
>> maybe you should recognize what you're doing.
> László Hornyák
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