[Python-il] Is plone a good CMS for academic student organization?
weisglass.ofer at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 23:01:47 IST 2009
I am using Plone and did the Hebrew/Arabic translation and RTL bugs work for
the last few years
also was in one of the first events in austria when Plone was small
As far as I know this is the best system to use for developing cms
the main risk from my expirance is zope and the learning need to know
from the hosting to codign as this is all looks simple but it is far from it
Big name companies using Plone today and moving from other cms solutions
My company Tmunati is doing solutions and training from this month once a
month - basic/advance training and I hope to do a talk on it
and more intersting about the plone community around the world.
One israeli website you can see example of live working system
in Hebrew is http://www.cancerhelp.org.il
they invested and still investing a lot in this website.
Let me know if you have more questions
On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 1:45 PM, Maxim Veksler <maxim.veksler at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm consulting (voluntarily) to one of Israel's university student
> They are seeking CMS solution for their website.
> The requirements are: Highly secure, accessibility should comply to at
> least w3c A level and then some features such as forums, shopping cart,
> mailing lists, main page publishing and well... a banner system should be
> deployed as well.
> I am considering plone to be a ultimate winner, without having personal
> experience with the system I can see that they clam to be very secure,
> accessible and sites such as fsf.org are based on them...
> What would you suggest, is plone a good solution?
> Also, it's important that commercial support will be available in Israel
> for plone - From a quick search I haven't been able to find such a company.
> Comments are appreciated,
> Maxim Veksler
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