[portland] CMS Recommendations

Timothy Snowhite snowhitster at gmail.com
Thu Sep 2 18:11:34 CEST 2010

 Another option for you might be MoinMoin[2], a wiki engine in python.

It's not database driven.

(Presumably, when you're doing the templating you'll be able to remove the
wiki editing elements from the end-client facing pages. There seem to be
templates[3] available that you can work from.
You'll also probably want to hide the editing and uploading pages that
you'll use to make changes to the site behind HTTP Basic Auth[4]. )
[2] MoinMoin: http://moinmo.in
[3] Themes: http://moinmo.in/ThemeMarketArchive
[4] How Auth works in Moin Moin: http://moinmo.in/HelpOnAuthentication

 Richard Shepherd wrote:

> I've been writing my web site in html/xhtml and css for more than a dozen
> years. I've changed the site a half-dozen times and do all my editing in
> emacs. There are 18 .shtml pages, a slew of publications, some images, and
> a
> couple of .css files. The most frequent page to change is (currently)
> "What's New" when I post a new newsletter, white paper, or article.

On Thu, Sep 2, 2010 at 12:24 AM, John Hampton <pacopablo at pacopablo.com>wrote:

> Not a CMS, but for blogging, I like Zine [1].  It's simple, elegant, and
> Python!
> -John
> [1] http://zine.pocoo.org/
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