Re: CMS for Debian sarge x86
I hired a zope/plone guru to install it AND write notes on what he
did to do so. He is using the "latest and greatest" version of zope
and plone running under sarge. I don't like doing this 'cause I'm
lazy and want apt to keep my system up to date, but the version of
zope/plone available with sarge was not sufficient (according to the
guy who wanted it so badly).
If you decide to go this route, I would be happy to make the notes
available (I know I have them around here somewhere :( ).
> On Sat, 23 Apr 2005 20:15:09 +0200, martin wrote in message
> <[🔎] 20050423181509.GA32437@localhost.localdomain>:
>> also sprach R. W. Rodolico <email@example.com>
>> > Look at Zope/Plone.
>> He wants something simple, and even though Plone works out of the
>> box, customisation requires a lot of time and understanding. But
>> it's really cool.
>> Anyway, unfortunately we are probably not going to have a current
>> version in Debian sarge, because it's just too much work. Thus,
>> should either get the packages from the Ubuntu archives, or simply
>> install zope2.7 and pull all the related stuff, like CMF, and
>> from CVS and Subversion. These are best installed into your
>> anyway, so there is no need to put them into /usr.
>> FWIW: the pkg-zope team has set out to fix the current situation.
>> Debian etch, you will find better Zope and Plone support than in
>> other distro (except for Ubuntu, as we are working with them) :>
> ..this might prompt its appearance on backports.org. ;o)
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