[cvsnt] Wiki replacement (was RE: Securing pserver on CVSNT: tunneling with ssh)

Glen Starrett glen.starrett at march-hare.com
Fri Aug 11 17:46:07 BST 2006

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Tony Hoyle wrote:
> 1. a frontpage that has the latest news on it (a bit like the history 
> page blog is now).
> 2. downloads page nicely laid out and able to be programmed remotely by 
> the release scripts.
> 3. users able to submit articles for inclusion, but no direct editing 
> (due to the spam issue) unless the user is trusted.  Similarly for 
> downloads.

I know that with XOOPS (a derivative/rewrite of Nuke/PN origin) it is 
fairly trivial to have a page that's got the system 'wrap' around it 
(e.g. theme, menus, side blocks) and the content custom PHP code.  That 
would be easy to have an included file that is output from the build 
system.  It is entirely possible that PHPNuke has some similar ability.

I've had fairly good luck with the XOOPS system and community.  There 
are a LOT of portal systems out there though, and I can't claim enough 
general knowledge of them to recommend any one in particular.

Glen Starrett

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