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Bug#145985: ITP: dacode -- Performant and full-featured news engine written in PHP

Package: wnpp
Version: N/A; reported 2002-05-06
Severity: wishlist

* Package name    : dacode
  Version         : 1.4.0
  Upstream Author : Dacode development team (dacode-dev@dacode.org)
* URL             : http://www.dacode.org/
* License         : GPL
  Description     : Performant and full-featured news engine written in PHP

daCode is a news engine (or CMS - Content Management System) written
in PHP. It works under PHP 3 and 4, and uses a database to store
informations. It currently supports MySQL and PostgreSQL through a
database abstraction layer. You can also use LDAP or NIS along with
your database.

daCode is oriented towards modularity and performance. So it uses
object-oriented features and has a cache system. Other important
features are a complete themable interface, user authentication,
multilingual support, a board, a tips module ... and much more.

Here are the main features of daCode:

* Complete site management
* News management module
* Advanced comments management with two moderation systems
* Complete themability for easy customization
* Per user customization of front page
* Cache system to limit server load
* Use of template for easy theme creation
* Tips, webcam, poll modules
* Interactivity : comments, board and internal mesage system
* Compatibility with several databases (MySQL and PostgreSQL, for now)
* May use NIS or LDAP
* PHP 3 and 4 compatible
* Works with Apache, Caudium or IIS, under Linux, *BSD or Windows
* Multilingual support, with french and english translations.

I once ago did some packages for dacode 1.0, I plan to reuse as much as possible
of that work.  My package will use debconf in order to allow full configuration
of daCode.  I plan to release it before mid-june.  Please note that Denis 
Barbier (barbier@debian.org) will be the "backup maintainer" for this package.

-- System Information
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux hebus 2.4.9 #5 Sun Sep 2 23:44:22 CEST 2001 i686

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