[Cialug] CMS selections
lister at kulish.com
Thu Nov 9 09:44:30 CST 2006
I am currently using Drupal for this sort of thing both at home and for
our team page at work.
While the base might not have have everything you require integrated,
there are plenty of modules to add functionality.
Commercial support I am unsure, but you can check them out at drupal.org
Matthew Nuzum wrote:
> I'm investigating CMS systems and just wondered if anyone out there has
> some recommendations. Our requirements are:
> * Serious commitment to security, probably commercially supported
> * access roles, including the ability to delegate access on a
> per-folder basis or similar, rather than a per-item basis
> * staging and work flow, more specifically, the ability to approve
> content before publishing
> * preferably an open source license with commercial support
> * API and ability to easily create and use dynamic content with varying
> degrees of sophistication
> * programmed in (in order of preference) python, php, java, perl.
> (.Net is not an option)
> * easy to use
> * added bonus - the ability to create static or semi-static content
> that can be distributed out to servers that may not share a lan.
> The fact is, I've not yet convinced my team that the wiki we're
> currently using is not satisfactory. Next week we have a big meeting and
> I'm creating a presentation and would like to include a few products to
> toss out for consideration.
> Can anyone make a suggestion?
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