[Cu-wireless] our webpage:

Ken Caruso ken at ipl31.net
Tue May 7 19:38:29 CDT 2002

PHPNuke is a really easy install and has alot of options,the only thing
I dont care for is the rash of security problems that php has had. I
believe PHPNuke has had some security issues itself however I have not
paid attention to severity and how quickly they get patched.

I run the http://freenetworks.org site, and we started with slashcode
(ala slashdot) switched over to full wiki, and we have finally settled
on scoop, http://scoop.kuro5hin.org which uses mod_perl and we are
keeping the wikki around for legacy. The thing I like about scoop is
that users can vote on which stories get posted to their respective
sections or the front page. 

I will be the first to admit though, scoop installation can be a real
pain in the butt, PHPNuke has usually taken me no more than 5-10 minutes
to get the site up and running where as I spent hours the first time I
used scoop. 

Anyways, been subscribed to the list for a while but never posted (that
I can remember) so I just figured I would say hi!

Ken Caruso 
kenc at seattlewireless.net

On Tue, 2002-05-07 at 17:34, Scott Parrish wrote:
> The more I think about it, the better Nuke sounds.  What it doesn't
> already do, there are plugin's available for at freshmeat.net
> Like a calendar, netmeeting room, project planning modules.
> Zack, if that is your server, you might just load that up.
> You just drop the code in the www directory, config apache, and run
> a script that sets up the database. It is pretty brain dead, but needs
> admin priv to several areas.
> Then, you can pick from a list of visual styles or hack a few pieces
> of custom art into one of the existing styles. And wha-la! You have
> a kewl site designed for content management... : )
> Ralph Johnson wrote:
> > I've been running wikis for a few years, first for my classes,
> > then for things like VisualWorks, and now for user groups and
> > specialty topics.  You can see my server at http://wiki.cs.uiuc.edu
> >
> > There is one called "CUWireless" but that is just the stuff about
> > wireless that I am collecting, nobody else is using it yet.  But it
> > would be OK with me if the rest of you wanted to use it.
> >
> > Anyway, a wiki is a good way to let a bunch of people collaborate.
> > But the graphics on nuke.chicagoarea.net are nicer.
> >
> > -Ralph
> >
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