[HCoop-Help] Fwd: website software for non-technical people
lauren at hcoop.net
Mon Sep 13 23:39:25 EDT 2010
I tried Wordpress without knowing anything about CMSs or programming (I knew
html and css only) and I was able to figure it out, and I really like it. I
would highly recommend it as a starting point for a simple dynamic system.
I'm not an expert but I don't know what the scary guts your friend is
talking about are. I've done minor tweaking of the source files and haven't
had any trouble.
On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 5:00 PM, Peter Gammie <peteg42 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/09/2010, at 9:37 PM, Adam Chlipala wrote:
> > Peter Gammie wrote:
> >>> Note the general absence of dynamism.
> >>> A friend suggested WordPress. I have no experience of it but have heard
> scary things about its guts.
> >>> Adam, can you do this in 10 lines of Ur/Web?
> > You can probably write a standalone application in a very small amount
> > of Ur/Web code. More interesting would be to build a framework for
> > doing this sort of thing. I'm certainly available to give advice on
> > either, possibly on the ur mailing list. My schedule is such that I
> > won't be able to do it myself, unless you're willing to pay. ;)
> Writing a framework is exactly what I want to avoid. I could write a simple
> Perl program for this task too... but I can't be the only one with those
> desiderata! It must have been done before... something reusable, even.
> Thanks for the offer to pay you. :-)
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