[Baypiggies] Is plone fo me?
ken at seehart.com
Tue Sep 12 01:55:41 CEST 2006
Steve Hindle wrote:
> So, In my biased opinion - Plone would probably do quite well for you :-)
> It has its fair share of quirks, but if you already know Zope and you
> Already know Python - I'd at least play with it a little. If you have
> to do any sort of web work on a regular basis, it can be time very
> well spent.
Michael Bernstein wrote:
> You may take it as read that I concur with everything Steve already told
> you. ... skins ... Silva, Nuxeo CPS
Shannon -jj Behrens wrote:
> My opinion is *not biased.* I have my own Web framework (Aquarium),
> but I also know Django, Zope, and Plone. I agree that Plone is a good
> fit for your needs. I used Plone to build my church's Web site
> <http://myallsaints.org>. I agree with pretty much everything Steve
> said. I do think you should take the time to read the book.
> Best Regards,
Thanks for all your very helpful comments. I've played with it a bit
more, and now I am sold. I've got this ADD thing of wanting to see
"hello world" by the end of chapter one :-) (as opposed to a starting
with a "finished" full-featured web site which I can then customize).
Following Steve's hint, (but perhaps not so much his advice), I found
main_template and made my own custom/main_template, thereby "butchering"
my plone, but quickly getting me where I wanted to be. Since I could
/theoretically /replace main_template with a "hello world" page, I
somehow feel much better :-) .
- Ken Seehart
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