Website changes

Nathaniel McCallum npmccallum at
Tue Mar 2 19:59:28 GMT 2010

In my experience, wordpress is sufficient enough for most things.  Other 
CMSs offer a lot, but require a lot of work.  Its probably sensible to 
start with wordpress and switch to something else if you grow out of 
wordpress.  The nice thing is that the path from wordpress to drupal is 
well-warn as many other organizations take this same path.


On 03/01/2010 11:38 AM, Jordan Keyes wrote:
> Hey guys,
> We had a bit of a last minute meeting last night to discuss some changes
> we're hoping to make to the website in the next few weeks. The decision
> was made to move from our current server, which is being hosted at
> Nesbitt Engineering, to Aerocore, a hosting provider run by one of our
> members. Logs from this meeting can be found at
> In addition, we are planning to move from the current custom CMS written
> by Nemesis][ to either Wordpress or Drupal. Feel free to reply to this
> email with your thoughts on which CMS is more appropriate for this
> situation, and we'll have a vote in the IRC meeting this Thursday, March
> 5th at 9pm EST in #bglug-meeting on
> <>.
> With this change comes the ability for more people to contribute. That's
> where you guys come in...
> If you are interested in writing for <>,
> please reply to this message or show up for the IRC meeting Thursday. Up
> until now we have really just been posting meeting information, IRC
> logs, and video embeds from our meetings. We'd like to see more actual
> linux/open source related content, so if you're up to the challenge,
> speak up!
> That's all for now. If you guys have any questions/concerns, let us
> know. Otherwise, let's hear what you have to say about Wordpress and
> Drupal, and who's interested in writing for <>.
> Thanks!
> Jordan
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