Re-engineering the MKPM website
Tony.Edwardson at lchclearnet.com
Fri Apr 13 00:31:49 PDT 2012
I've looked at Dancer and it looks great - probably a better choice than Catalyst but I wanted to use this exercise to get me into Catalyst
If we find Catalyst too involved, it might be an idea to use Dancer instead
From: miltonkeynes-pm-bounces+tony.edwardson=lchclearnet.com at pm.org [mailto:miltonkeynes-pm-bounces+tony.edwardson=lchclearnet.com at pm.org] On Behalf Of Oliver Gorwits
Sent: 13 April 2012 08:27
To: miltonkeynes-pm at pm.org
Subject: Re: Re-engineering the MKPM website
> we could do all this with
> a series on linked templates or by using Dancer or equivalent - we may
> end up doing that in the end - but I want to see how easy it will be in
I've offered a Dancer talk for the next tech meet. It includes a static
site generator (called Wallflower) although I've not tried it. Perhaps
worth a look, if I mange to sell you Dancer ;-)
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