[HLUG] archiving software

Richard Smedley smedley358 at btinternet.com
Fri Jan 4 21:13:50 GMT 2008

On Fri, 2008-01-04 at 20:46 +0000, George at dicegeorge.com wrote: 
> i am looking for some software
> to index Jeremy Sandford's
> writings and paintings and tapes and books
> and publications...
> www.jeremysandford.org.uk
> id like it to be open source
> and to work on windows and linux,
> and to have a support network
> does anyone have any clues
> to help me on my search?

Hello George,

It would be good to be clear about how much content you have, in
what form, and how you'd like it published and accessible.

However, the answer is still likely to be Plone :-)
Plone is a content management system (CMS) most often used
to publish to the web - though it can be used to publish content 
to other formats. It is popular, well-supported, and adaptable.

Plone is Free Software, accessible to anyone with a web browser, 
and - as it is written in Python - heir to few of the security 
horrors of many PHP web solutions.

Let me know if you'd like some help with this.


 - Richard

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