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Re: Simple content management systems.



On Sat, 2005-11-19 at 11:09 -0500, Mike A. Harris wrote:
> I'm investigating content management systems for maintaining Fedora
> related pages on my site, and looking for something that does not
> require mysql or any other database backend.  Something very simple
> and self contained within the web root, with as few web server
> configuration requirements, and as few software requirements as
> necessary.  It's also rather important to me that the software
> be 100% true open source software, licensed under the GPLv2 or
> BSD license or something, with no advertising clauses or other
> garbage to restrict freedom.
> 
> It was recommended that I have a look at "Limbo", and while perusing
> their site, I found it was GPL licensed.  After taking a closer look
> at the license however:
> 
> http://www.limbo-cms.com/index.php/option/content/pcontent/1/task/view/id/29/Itemid/67
> 
> It is GPL licensed, but they also force you to include a link to their
> website, or they will contact your ISP to have the site removed unless
> you purchase a commercial license.
> 
> Um.  Hello?  How exactly is that "open source" or "GPL"?  I'm not
> quite sure.  Maybe a good slashdotting would get the situation
> corrected...
> 
> Anyhow, does anyone have any suggestions to something simple which
> might be of use to my Fedora documentive purposes?

How about using the fedoraproject.org/wiki page.

It's a simple wiki and it's GOT a lot of docs there already.

-sv



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