[SATLUG] CMS Solution
Ernest De Leon
edeleonjr at gmail.com
Fri Nov 9 14:55:19 CST 2007
Joomla sounds nice, and Drupal is nice too. I want simplicity but
with extensibility. The thing is, I don't want a lot of functionality
built in that I won't use that can cause bloat or sluggishness. I
want something tight, fast and extensible if need be.
On Nov 9, 2007 11:20 AM, Brad Knowles <brad at shub-internet.org> wrote:
> On 11/9/07, Brian Lewis wrote:
> > Hah I have a few sites that I've setup using damn near every cms. joomla
> > is really neat and has a TON of free extentions, plugins, themes, etc.
> If you want to integrate your CMS with Mailman (or some other mailing
> list management software), or you want a CMS that can expand to
> provide that capacity in the future, then Joomla! would be an
> excellent choice. There is an open source Joomla! component for
> integrating tightly with Mailman, and it works well even if you don't
> have privileged back-end access to the Mailman server.
> This could allow you to do a blog, web forum, mailing lists, USENET
> newsgroups, and mix-and-match all of those technologies together so
> that any participant could use whichever style of communications they
> want and the content would be mirrored over to the other methods as
> But then, Joomla! may be a bit bigger than what you're looking for.
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