Posted at 2:32pm on Monday, April 14th, 2008 by Andy
This thread over at AskMeFi (Plone vs. Drupal) is surprising in its vociferous hatred of Plone. Part of me really wants to get involved; wade in on behalf of Plone and explain exactly why Drupal is a labyrinthine mess… But… I can’t. The last week I’ve been struggling to get to grips with Plone 3.x. It’s been really tough. Today is not the day to defend something that’s been pissing me off constantly for the last week.
Right now I’d be happy for any alternative on the Python CMS front (Exotypes, anyone?). If this is the way Plone is going I’m not sure I want to follow any more.
Posted at 2:11pm on Thursday, March 6th, 2008 by Andy
Sometimes you can go too far with subverted tube maps. CMSWatch definitely have.
Posted at 8:53am on Wednesday, December 6th, 2006 by Andy
I’ve seen a few white papers discussing your selection policy for a new Content Management System recently. This one has an unusual, but effective, strategy. (Check the URL before visiting if in a narrow minded office)
Posted at 6:58am on Friday, November 17th, 2006 by Andy
Plone for Content Managers claims to be the first book written for the people that actually end up using Plone, rather than developers. This is a book that I’ve been waiting for so long that I’ve attempted to write myself more than a few times. Unfortunately it’s only available from Amazon US at the moment, so it’ll be a while before I can tell you if it’s actually any good. Check the Isotoma blog in about 36 days