[TriLUG] Yay! A Linux content management system related question.
volcimaster at gmail.com
Tue Mar 6 11:46:14 EST 2007
Will they be maintaining the server onsite, or offsite? Onsite gives a whole
host of more options, whereas offsite gives a host of reliability.
On 3/6/07, OlsonE at aosa.army.mil <OlsonE at aosa.army.mil> wrote:
> Here we go:
> I've decided to help a non-profit (Church), re-vamp their
> website/infrastructure. Here's what I'm searching for:
> - Web Content Mangment system that's easy for them to maintain.
> - Web Site (that's both easy to move/add/change).
> - Mail (possibly web) -- and d-e-f-i-n-a-t-e-l-y spam filtering. After
> all, there's no need for pr0n e-mails to be hitting the pastor's mailbox
> - Blogging (it'd be great to have the capability for people out doing
> missionary work to be able to blog about their experiences).
> - Firewall (they only need web/ftp/smtp).
> ...obviously Windows will not cut it here because of the cost, and I'd
> like to have something where I could spend an hour or two with someone
> ...and they could run with it. (They are computer savvy -- just not too
> much with web stuff).
> ...distro recommendations would be great too. (As I KNOW Gentoo is going
> to be way too much for them to maintain / manage).
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