[BGLUG] Re: Website changes

Rob Turner rob at protackllc.com
Tue Mar 2 21:08:01 GMT 2010

On the new section, modules, etc, I really do feel after looking at all
three in the past that Joomla is the best of both simple/flexible needs.
I'd be up for the Starbucks demo discussion mentioned earlier.


Rob Turner, RHCE

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From: bglug-bounces at www.bglug.net [mailto:bglug-bounces at www.bglug.net] On
Behalf Of Jordan Keyes
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2010 3:50 PM
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Cc: BGLUG; bglug at googlegroups.com
Subject: [BGLUG] Re: Website changes


It's not just setting it up, we have to make sure whoever is
maintaining/posting to the site knows how to change the layout/theme, add
new modules/nodes/plugins/whatever, etc. I know a lot of that comes with

And if I forgot to mention, I'm willing to post as well. Not sure how
often I can post howto/review type things, but I could definitely cross
post my http://thisweekinlinux.com posts to the bglug site.

On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 3:26 PM, Eric Lake <ericlake at ubuntu.com> wrote:

On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 3:23 PM, Brian King <brianking.home at gmail.com>
> If you were to take the features of the current site and try to
> them to a CMS you are already past the point of growth for WP.  So
Drupal or
> Joomla would def be the way to go at this point.  I'm still partial to
> Joomla.  Eric, if you want, we can do a Starbucks/Barnes and Noble
> and work on it together.  I can show you exactly how it works from the
> backside and we can get BGLUG up in running in about 30 minutes.


What features are there on the current site that would be more than WP
can handle? If Joomla is the one that wins the vote then I really
think that we would need you and maybe Rob to work with us on getting
everything set up.



Eric Lake

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