I just created mini-cms called GalleryMaker that allows a few web designer
friends of mine to easily create and maintain websites for art galleries.
It's a huge convenience for me to expose a few items TTW, like .css, some
image files, and the contact page they are likely to swap out.
Maybe this isn't part of the core, but I think there are a few good and
manageable use cases for this.
Chris Withers wrote:
> Shane Hathaway wrote:
>> Page, File, Image, Python Page, SQL Script, and ZPT Page. I suggest
>> that no one should be invited to create these kinds of objects in ZODB;
>> it's a road to misery.
> I'm sorry, I simply don't agree. I find TTW development (especially with
> the aid of WebDAV) _exceedingly_ useful for small projects. The ability
> to make minor tweaks with nothing more than a web browser is often a
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