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    CMS for LUGs


    I am working on re-designing the web site of our LUG, and it would be helpful if any one could suggest me a PHP based content management system which would be best suited for this purpose.

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    I like Mambo, but I would definatly suggest downloading and evaluating several options before making any sort of final decision

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    i agree mambo seems to be one of the best ones out there right now. but like jason said, download a few of them and play with them see what they are like as an admin of them and you will find one ou like before you know it
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    Thanks!

    Thanks guys, Mambo is really great! It's by far the best CMS I have played with. It's extremely user friendly, and has got some great features which aren't present in the other CMSs. I wonder why I never heard of it before...

    I'll post the URL of our site once it is done. Thanks again!

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    I--er--we () use (and love) Mambo on for the school project I'm tech boss over (``EDit''), I find it nice, easy, and rather easy to customize/write modules/components for. (It's also great since it allows for use as CMS for a news paper with "utgivings tillstång" -- eg, outside users can't manipulate content but those who got the permissions may enter news, which becomes public first after the "Anvsvarig Utgivare"(or "chef redak.") approves them. Note: this is after 'propperly' configuring it, it's possible to let anyone register afaik (it's an option))
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