2006/1/18, Dietmar Albers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:



                Drupal                  -> ok

fine

                Geeklog                 -> mhhh

mhmh

                Mambo Open Source               -> mhhh

mhmh

                PHP-Nuke                        -> mhhh

mhmm

                phpWCMS                 -> mhhh

mhmm dunno

                phpWebSite                      -> mhhh

nah

                Post-Nuke                       -> mhhh

maybe but nah

                Siteframe                       -> mhhh

aAaaa nah

                TYPO3                           -> very good, but needs some

nope

special webserver options
                Xoops                           -> mhhh

maybe yeah


try  - textpattern :)  it's easy to use and good.

There is one more, very good and easy to understand: Contenido
(http://www.contenido.org/opensourcecms/en/index-b-11-155.html), but there are
not very much special tools and add ons. I'm uisng it for my new school website
(http://hswasserbank.de/da/cms/front_content.php - under construction yet). Btw:
there are some problems with this inline editor, it generates non validating
code and you need to use the java editor and clean up the code before saving it.
You will see! ;-)

Cu
D.


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