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Patrick Santora
05/06/2009 03:52 PM

Larry, I work for Mura (formally known as Sava) and we have just created a great automated install script that will keep the pathing issue you brought up from happening again. We are pleased to hear as always that it was simple to implement as that is our goal ("make it easy for our users"). Brent, good luck with your tests! Pat Santora Mura Developer http://getmura.com > > Brent, > > At my work I'm about to deploy (as soon as we get the client OK) a Sava > based site for a similar client (medium traffic government public site). I > found Sava very easy to work with. Within 10 minutes of downloading the app > I was entering content. Setting up the basic templates (html and css) for > the site was quite easy. The greatest difficulty I found was getting the > paths correct for the CMS, and that was mostly my stupidity I figure. If you > like, you can contact me off list at larryclyons(at)gmail.com for more > information about the project. > > larry > > > Hi all, > > > > I'm looking at the following CMS systems. I don't need them to be > > super fancy, they just need to scale well and easy to use for end > > users. > > > > I'm curious about peoples thoughts, experiences, and hard lessons > > learned with them. I'm not looking for in depth responses, but more > > for tid bits that can raise awareness to issues that might not crop up > > until later or, most importantly help me assess these solutions with > > other people's experiences in mind. > > > > CMS's being reviewed: > > Speck CMS - http://www.speckcms.org/ > > Sava CMS - http://www.gosava.com/go/sava/ > > ColdBricks CMS - http://www.coldbricks.com/ > > FarCry CMS/Framework - http://www.farcrycore.org > > > > The CMS will be used to run a govt. public web site with moderate > > traffic. > > > > Thanks for your time and thoughts, > > Brent > > >


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