[Baypiggies] Mezzanine, anyone?
nicholsonjf at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 23:00:33 CEST 2015
I'm working on a project now using Django-CMS
<http://www.django-cms.org/en/> v3.0.13 with Django v1.7.
I'm running it on Amazon Linux using AWS/Elastic Beanstalk for
hosting/deployment with Apache and Postgres.
It's not necessarily a simple setup, but it's a powerful and extensible CMS
with a significant online community and good documentation.
Another python-powered option for you to check out!
On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 10:25 AM, Rick Kwan <kenobi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm wondering if we have well-experienced Mezzanine admins around here.
> I've done some Django (back around 1.4), and need to move a site that is
> originally in WordPress with custom theme to something else. (I recently
> had to fight web defacement wars.)
> To my surprise, our hosting provider provides Phusion Passenger, with the
> ability to support Ruby or Python/Django, although there is no official
> tech support for these. I was able to bring up rudimentary Django 1.8 in
> virtualenv just to confirm it.
> Left to my own devices, I'd spend a lot of time figuring out the innards
> of Mezzanine and how to tailor it, but I and this project are a bit pressed
> for time (and it's a volunteer project). So I'm reaching out this time for
> other people's wisdom.
> I suspect this should be an off-list discussion as I get into deeper
> specifics. Anyone want to steer me in the right direction? I'm also open
> to other Python-based solutions; I suspect someone would want a
> requirements statement if they wanted to take me up on that.
> And if you like Silicon Valley space technology, that's effectively the
> subject matter of the site.
> --Rick Kwan
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