[Baypiggies] Python Application Servers
whit at kalistra.com
Fri Dec 2 21:32:59 CET 2005
Richard Knowles wrote:
>This discussion of Application Servers leads me to ask about an issue I
>am looking into. We have a very simple internal webpage mostly for people
>to download company documents(on Apache). Updating it consists of placing
>a new file in the correct directory, and modifying the HTML code directly with good
>old vi. I think this could be a job for a content management server,
>especially if it can let the HTML-illiterate place a document on the
>server in a controlled-access way.
>Is there something relatively simple and Pythonic using mod_python for
>example? I myself know very little about the topic of content-management.
>>>as to how these compare - TurboGears, CherryPy, WebWare, Twisted, Zope
well, usually content-management balloons out to cover alot beyond
simply giving mortal the ability to make web pages (workflow, security,
versioning, groupware, etc).
In mod_python, you could build something rather simple and custom to
your needs with Django or TG.
someday maybe plone will run in mod_python, but I wouldn't hold your breath.
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