[Baypiggies] Django CMS or Plone ?

jim jim at well.com
Fri Mar 13 01:22:45 CET 2009

   django supposedly arose from the needs of a newsroom 
environment, which may be a comfortably fit for a 
community e-zine. from what i've heard, django is easy 
for a python programmer to get live, and it integrates 
well with other apps. 
   i know little of plone other than some sour remarks 
a few different people have made with regard to system 

On Thu, 2009-03-12 at 14:34 -0700, Stephen Cattaneo wrote:
> Hi all,
>   A friend of mine is starting up a community e-zine.  He is currently
> using Joomla (PHP based CMS).  Unfortunately he knows nothing of
> PHP/HTML/JavaScript, etc.  He has come to me multiple times with
> questions.  I know enough to be helpful, but have zero interest in
> spending any more time in Joomla.  As I've been sucked into his
> project as some sort of tech adviser and its still early enough that
> it wont be TOO painful of a switch, I would like to move the project
> to a python based CMS.
> Is there a decent CMS Django application or should I just go with
> Plone?  Any comments would be appreciated.
> Cheers,
> S
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