SPUG: Update friendly community site in PERL
schieb at centurytel.net
Fri Dec 10 16:36:21 CST 2004
Actually, a recent site I made used the file system approach. But that user
was comfortable with some simple HTML tweaking in an editor and didn't balk
at FTP. The people I'm talking about here have trouble using AOL. I feel I
need to present a friendly familiar browser interface. I was hoping to work
from a framework which has already dealt with a lot of the details of
content management for non-tech users.
bschieber at centurytel.net
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> On Behalf Of Fred Morris
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> To: 'Seattle Perl Users Group'
> Subject: Re: SPUG: Update friendly community site in PERL
> I'm sure Mason has been or will be mentioned. You might also look at Zope
> (which is based on Python, not Perl).
> A key question is sizing: how many events, how frequent the updates, how
> many cats and dogs? It might be easier to simply roll your own if these
> requirements are (relatively) modest. If you cared to stop by Ballard, I
> could show you the CMF I created for a series of cluster datasets; the
> updates aren't web-based (although they could be), but the web interface
> generated automagically from defined sets of documents which are simply
> placed in separate directories (moral: don't be afraid to use the file
> system as your database).
> At 11:23 AM 12/10/04, Islandman wrote:
> >The most important feature the site should have is the ability for non-
> >members to be able to SIMPLY update items through a web interface. They
> >should be able to enter a new kitty, pup or fundraiser event without
> >wait for me to get around to it. Of course they should also have the
> >capability to remove same and date stamp an event to remove
> >There are a few other needed features but these are the key needs.
> Rather than delete old events, you might want to simply make them
> when they are not within a specific time window. This lets you also have a
> page which shows past events.
> Fred Morris
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