[portland] CMS Recommendations
snowhitster at gmail.com
Thu Sep 2 18:11:34 CEST 2010
Another option for you might be MoinMoin, 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 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. )
 MoinMoin: http://moinmo.in
 Themes: http://moinmo.in/ThemeMarketArchive
 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
> 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 . It's simple, elegant, and
>  http://zine.pocoo.org/
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