sadly in my book Plone is completely out the window. I would not even consider it. Sounds like Django is the winner, What do you say, We get some Mock ups flowing? Ya osuosl says we're in the clear for django....

On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 3:36 PM, Terry Brown <terry_n_brown@yahoo.com> wrote:
On Tue, 23 Nov 2010 16:56:25 -0600
Terry Brown <terry_n_brown@yahoo.com> wrote:

> +1 for Django

Thinking about it, I should just qualify my previous note a bit.  As a python web app. framework I think Django is great.  As a content management system (CMS) / community site system I think Plone and I suspect Drupal are more mature / feature complete.  I'm using django-cms and I really like it for developing a website which looks like a "regular website", i.e. doesn't present itself as a community site with members and postings.  I've used Plone for more "community driven" sites, and it's been kind of a PITA because when things don't work / need tweaking it takes forever to work out how (although I'm sure it's only a learning curve issue, no doubt Plone is very easy for Plone gurus).  But it does have a full set of features and a non-tech. friendly interface.

There are django plugins for blogs / wikis / message boards etc. etc. but I don't think there's a single install turnkey system like you get with Plone (despite my not liking it) and I think Drupal (which I don't really know).

Cheers -Terry

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