[CS-FSLUG] Content Management Software

Jason Franklin jpfagapeu at mac.com
Fri Oct 5 09:09:52 CDT 2007

I had to get into Python while working for DolphinSearch and found it  
fairly straight forward language.  The extent of my PHP knowledge is  
just what I've learned via trial and error in modifying my PHP sites.

I would check out a Python based CMS.

Jason Franklin
Westwood Bible Fellowship
pastor.jason at westwoodbf.com
web: www.westwoodbf.com
blog: www.westwoodbf.com/tboc

On Oct 5, 2007, at 3:17 AM, Micah Yoder wrote:

>> I've often wondered about this myself, with news almost weekly of a
>> vulnerability found in PHP. I know there are projects using Perl  
>> (Tim's
>> SAFARI) and plenty using CGI, and a couple using Java. Any others?
> More than PHP security vulnerabilities.  PHP is horribly inefficient.
> It has to parse all the code for every HTTP request.  Developing
> complex object models in PHP makes for *ugly* code.
> Sometimes I wish I could start a CMS project for Python/Postgres, but
> there are far too many other things I'd like to do ... really need to
> make up my mind and stick to one.
> PHP is fine for small sites with simple logic.  Using it for more than
> that is, IMHO, insane.
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