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Which Opensource Site Content tool to use

I am a PHP newbie who has to get something online quickly.

I need to put a Community online with preferably all of the following:
Groups/Forums - Different Community interest groups
- Group Administrators
- Group Homepage
Articles
Comments for Articles
Documents for articles
Forums
Document Metadata - Preferably can redevelop for my own preferred standard
WIKI or other simple method for publishing articles

I have had a look at Midgardlite and Envolution but I cant get them
installed properly.

I have aLinux e-smith 5.6 server www.e-smith.org at home with PHP, MYSQL &
Apache to test this on. I have finally worked out how to use tar and gzip to
extract files from archives in Linux so am learning something. Would prefer
to deploy on Linux if that matters.

What applications would people recommend for this.

Confused Newbie
Gavin

Jul 16 '05 #1
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I am a PHP newbie who has to get something online quickly.

I need to put a Community online with preferably all of the following:
Groups/Forums - Different Community interest groups
- Group Administrators
- Group Homepage
Articles
Comments for Articles
Documents for articles
Forums
Document Metadata - Preferably can redevelop for my own preferred standard
WIKI or other simple method for publishing articles

I have had a look at Midgardlite and Envolution but I cant get them
installed properly.

I have aLinux e-smith 5.6 server www.e-smith.org at home with PHP, MYSQL &
Apache to test this on. I have finally worked out how to use tar and gzip to extract files from archives in Linux so am learning something. Would prefer to deploy on Linux if that matters.

What applications would people recommend for this.

Confused Newbie
Gavin

Evolution is a good another good one is Xoop but if you want to get up and
going real quick take a look at PostNuke. www.postnuke.com IMHO it is
very easy to setup and run. Alot of good features can be implemented into
it.

RobR


Jul 16 '05 #2

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