[nSLUG] nSLUG web site
lawrence_jesse at yahoo.ca
Mon Apr 26 09:30:27 ADT 2004
--- Logan Attwood <nightmare at srprogramming.com>
wrote: > I would suggest either a wiki, or PHP Nuke.
> would have a forum
> already setup, and from personal experience I know
> nuke would be easier
> than going and editing a page with rabid html.
I've not posted to the mailing list in a long time,
but I would contribute content to a wiki frequently.
Many other LUGs and user groups use them, with great
PHP Nuke is a bit of a disaster under the hood, and if
I recall correctly, is quite easy for mischevious
people to wreak havoc upon.
> Donald Teed wrote:
> >I was just suggesting that if taking the time to
> edit nice HTML
> >is the limiting factor, then remove the barrier so
> that one can
> >type in plain text and get something nice, or make
> a couple
> >of clicks and expire dead content. This might
> allow us to
> >have a more current website. "Build it and they
> will come"
> >someone said in a Hollywood movie. Many of us
> already have the
> >time to think up 6 paragraphs to write in response
> to issues
> >we care enough about. Perhaps a CMS/blog isn't the
> >mechanism and a web forum would work better. But
> >it wouldn't be accessible by those using vt100s and
> a 1200
> >baud modem or whatever.
> >--Donald Teed
> >On Sun, 25 Apr 2004 srbaker at pobox.com wrote:
> >>How 'bout we get some content before we start
> fighting over which CMS
> >>to manage it with?
> >>MoveableType is cool, but there are many other
> *better* solutions.
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