[TriLUG] OT: Website Administrator position
dward at nccumc.org
Tue Jul 29 15:52:51 EDT 2008
I'm not necessarily sold on Joomla as a final solution. To be honest, I'll
support whatever the new person decides they want to use. I am hoping to
accomplish a few things here:
1. Bring in another open source advocate.
2. Switch our current Dreamweaver/IIS infrastructure over to an open
3. Have another knowledgeable linux person that can help me with
creating/supporting websites in apache (we host domain websites for our
Having open source advocates send in their resumes stack the deck in my
favor. Anything that helps me get that cursed IIS server out of my server
room is a great help.
What do you think is better than Joomla?
On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 3:42 PM, Ruth Suehle <wuzzled at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 1:34 PM, Jim Ray <jim at neuse.net> wrote:
> > I wouldn't touch those stinking Windows people. They really, really
> > suck. Frontpage can just stand up and go home.
> Not arguing that at all, but...
> Now, Joomla is different. I recommended it to the IEEE Eastern North
> > Carolina Section and have their upcoming new web site address:
> If we're recommending things on the basis of:
> > > Why don't you advocate something like Joomla so anyone that can get to
> > a
> > > web site can potentially be a webmaster?
> Joomla's not it, IMO. I don't think the interface is noob-friendly at all.
> I've tried. Actually, I don't think the interface is that friendly at all.
> It's possible that that opinion is based on a version or so ago, but unless
> it's changed dramatically... yuck.
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