[PLUG] Plone Vs Joomla
maalekar at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 01:32:06 PDT 2007
1.5. Highly functional (I don't want to go about hunting for a new CMS or
writing a new plugin.)
3. All the tough stuff hidden away from the user.
4. Easy to maintain (I don't mind bleeding during setups.)
5. Secure, with access control lists.
On 10/23/07, Chetan Kumar <chetanku at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/23/07, Manas Alekar <maalekar at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I was wondering if people have tried deploying Joomla and/or plone.
> > Any comments would be wonderful.
> Plone is a content management system built on a web application
> server(zope). It can practically mean that there is a lot in there
> than you may need. In my personal biased view it is great.
> Example, inbuilt workflows, very fine grained access control,
> http/ftp/webdav server etc.
> The best way would be to list down YOUR requirements first and then
> start a comparison. Else, there will unnecessary heat generation on
> public lists (if there are enough participants).
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