[TriLUG] Drupal Possibilities and Opportunity
knieveltech at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 24 14:26:38 EDT 2009
Drupal is a good choice for online publishing as evidenced by Popular Science, Mother Jones, and the New York Observer websites. I would be interested in discussing this further and will be contacting you off-list presently.
--- On Wed, 6/24/09, Brian Blater <brb.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
From: Brian Blater <brb.lists at gmail.com>
Subject: [TriLUG] Drupal Possibilities and Opportunity
To: "TriLUG List" <trilug at trilug.org>
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2009, 8:04 PM
I've been working with a friend of mine that runs a online
Newsmagazine in Italy. I guess a few days ago his provider (US company
in Texas) was hacked and he still hasn't got anything back on line. I
was talking to him about what he was doing and I guess his provider
created a PHP page with a custom interface for him to manage updating
the site. After asking him some questions I gather he is just doing a
I talked to him about doing something with Drupal or something similar
and moving his site to another provider (like a2hosting or dreamhost).
Obviously a2hosting or dreamhost can provide the virtual linux server.
He doesn't have the skills to do Drupal (he's the content guy) and
neither do I (I'm more infrastructure). I was wondering if there was
anyone here that would like to look at this opportunity.
I'm pretty sure Drupal or some other CMS could do this. Basically he
would just like a newsmag setup with a similar look to www.asca.it. He
has a limited budget, but would like to get things back up and
If you have any suggestions, please post up. If you are interested in
talking further about this as an opportunity or have specific
questions, contact me off-line.
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