CMS update

Brian Rice water at
Sun Nov 19 15:43:44 PST 2006

Two weeks later... How's it going? I started doing some Seaside/ 
Squeak work so I've got more web-focus than usual, and would like to  
get involved.

On Nov 5, 2006, at 7:57 PM, Tom Novelli wrote:

> Quick update:
> I've got a simple CMS running on my home computer.  We *could* be
> using it as a web-based website editor within a week.  I'll start
> putting documents into it, and see if any problems come up.
> For collaboration purposes it'll need version history, margin
> notes/discussions, and account creation/validation.
> After that, I'll get into nifty features-- an AJAX admin/editor
> interface, new/changed/unread pages, searches, etc.
> Tril, it looks like the best way to do this is mod_python (Debian
> package libapache-mod-python).  It runs Python inside of Apache to
> avoid the startup overhead.
> Any thoughts on security?  In particular, is cleartext authentication
> acceptable?  Or are wiki spammers tapping the lines? :-)
> - Tom


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