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Michael Rasmussen wrote:
<pre wrap="">Colin Kuskie wrote:
<pre wrap="">How about WebGUI?
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.webgui.org">http://www.webgui.org</a>
It's written in perl and has a newly minted Wiki plug-in.
It expects to assume complete control over your apache infrastructure and do proxy
pass through to what ever you currently have set up.
They're installation requirements are frightful.</pre>
Seconded. I started to use webGui for a project and found it hard to
install, hard to understand, poorly supported, and arcane. It's
powerful as hell and I'm sure if you can manage to get used to it, it
is wonderful, but give yourself at least a few weeks to figure out even
the basics. I used Drupal (in PHP) instead - the code sucks, but it
does much more right out of the box and can be modified. If you know
Perl, it's annoying but easy to learn PHP.<br>