[PD] new pd wiki - practical data - includes forum

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Tue Nov 6 16:47:24 CET 2007

Frank Barknecht wrote:
> Hallo,
> A Whillas hat gesagt: // A Whillas wrote:
>> I'm an experienced web developer. I think the puredata.info does have  
>> some issues which could be fixed but with some time and effort. My  
>> recommendation would be to use an opensource CMS like Drupal to  
>> manage the community side of stuff because:
>> 1. Its taxonomy module is a very powerful tool for organising and  
>> cross referencing content and is easy to use
>> 2. Its very easy to extent so modules for Pd specific content could  
>> be wiped up quickly as required.
>> 3. Massive development community and is updated and patched constantly.
>> 4. Won the "Open Source CMS Award" this year (http://www.packtpub.com/ 
>> award) so must be doing something right.

true. plone only made it under the top 5 :-)

>> 5. Excellent multi-lingual support.
>> 6. Flexible and fast setup. Content migration might slow this down  
>> however.
> Not to start a CMS-comparison, but all these features are available in
> the current Plone site as well. Setup even already is done. And it is
> administered by IEM, who run all their stuff with Plone, so there's
> quite a bit of knowledge and experience already there, not to mention
> the tons of content that has been uploaded already and hundreds
> (statistics, IOhannes?) of registered users.

currently there are 2224 registered users.

there is currently a total of about 2.5GB data on puredata.info


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