[SATLUG] Preferred web frontend?

Brian astro at astr0.org
Thu Jun 12 23:42:56 CDT 2008

Anything with "nuke" in the name is garbage. If your looking for  
something easy to setup and maintain, might
I suggest something like wordpress? Its actually able to handle quite  
a bit and has plugins out the wazoo. Another popular and highly  
recommended CMS type solution is drupal. I have a couple sites setup  
using both and have had no problems,  so long as it is kept up to date.

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On Jun 12, 2008, at 23:18, FIRESTORM_v1 <firestorm.v1 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Good evening Everyone!
> I'm getting ready to overhaul the web server and bring online a new
> website http://www.yourwarrantyisvoid.com for all my hacking/modding
> projects.
> In the past I have used PHP-Nuke on my existing site
> http://www.theratshack.net but after the 4th time of deleting news
> articles where some idiot had SQL injected a zero delay HTTP redirect,
> I grew tired of it and reduced the site to regular HTML.
> Since I'm overhauling the server (currently running RH6.2, stop
> laughing) I was thinking about putting Ubuntu Server on it and have
> been quite pleased with Ubuntu in general. Now that I'll be running  a
> more current PHP version along with a greatly updated Apache server,
> I'm thinking of trying some new web frontends.
> I've tried PHP-Nuke, and a friend of mine recommended another suite,
> Joomla, but I'm a bit apprehensive. Google returns too many frontends
> to count, but I'm looking for a simple yet effective frontend that I
> don't have to babysit.
> So, what are your recommendations?  Success?  Horror stories? Things
> that you wish you knew at the time but know now?
> Thank you!
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