Jason Garber said the following on 11/20/2008 08:50 AM:
> [...]
> [ANN] radiant-textile_editor-extension makes Radiant really easy to  
> use for non-technical content editors!
> [...]
> If you're using Textile, make sure you're using version >= 4.0.  A  
> lot of the hate on RedCloth was rooted in how buggy it was for a few  
> years.  You'll need the redcloth4 extension to make it work in  
> Radiant 0.9.6.
> Jason

I'll ignore your comments about people my age since I'm battling trying
to get openSUSE to recognise & work with Passenger (thought this isn't
reason to give up and go back to Mandriva) and simply ask you to supply
details on all of the above, references to github (etc)

Some of the younger people at associations & clubs whose sites I have
put up on hosting services seem daunted by the idea of editing in a CMS,
whereas the old timers just see it as another web interface, no
different from gmail or whatever.  YMMV.  The older people also seem
better at coming up with relevant (aka non-gossipy) content and their
grammar is better :-)

But lowering the threshold of access is always a good thing!

Results! Why, man, I have gotten a lot of results. I know several
thousand things that won't work.
    Thomas A. Edison
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