On 1/28/2011 4:43 AM, Ralph Angenendt wrote: > On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 9:43 PM, Andrea Veri<av at gnome.org> wrote: >> The point now is: which kind of software should the main website use if >> the decision would be to give it a new look. Well, IMHO the best solution >> at the moment would be to use drupal, it's easy to use and it has anything >> needed to make a website rocking. (I've also been using it for a while and I >> can tell drupal is a great CMS software) > Not wanting to chase you away, this is probably best discussed on > centos-devel. There have been discussions and also a test machine for > getting the forums out of the main website (php-bb seemed the way to > go for that at the moment), because that has to be done before website > redesign. > > There hasn't been a real discussion or decision on which software the > main website should run on. Preferrably something which can be > "updated" easily, even more preferrably if it can be done so via > package management. > >> The second point would be to setup a test istance with a CMS software on it >> to start working on the new website. (unfortunately i don't have any machine >> or host handy to run it) > That is where we can step in. At least a vm is possible. > > But as said, this discussion should happen on the centos-devel mailing > list, I'll crosspost this mail there. > > Regards, > > Ralph > _______________________________________________ > CentOS-devel mailing list > CentOS-devel at centos.org > http://lists.centos.org/mailman/listinfo/centos-devel drupal is far from easy in terms of setup. Once you get it setup though then it's not too bad. You don't have to use another package for the forums as drupal has some built in as well as several modules as well. This means we don't have to have yet another package to maintain and setup(phpbb isn't that easy either). I would move the entire website to the same package instead of splitting it and generating more administrative overhead. Wordpress is an option as is joomla and e107.