On 1/28/2011 5:13 AM, Athmane Madjoudj wrote: > On 01/28/2011 10:43 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. >> > > I think that Drupal is a good idea, it can be updated with yum as it is > included in EPEL 5 and 6  (we can setup a CentOS specific repo > with the additional modules), also Drupal include a very usable forum > (maybe a little basic). > > The real problem is the migration of the current CentOS website and > forum (I think is XOOPS based) to Drupal, here is some tips  > > > Regards. > >  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/epel/5/SRPMS/repoview/drupal6.html > >  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/epel/6/SRPMS/repoview/drupal6.html > >  http://drupal.org/node/63796 > > > actually drupal can keep itself much more updated with it's internal scripts than a third party repo is going to do.