[development] One core, many distributions
Thomas G. Willis
tom.willis at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 15:28:03 UTC 2005
I've had it with sid at home. I'm a somewhat happy ubuntu user now, got
tired of shit breaking everyday.
Something like aptitude would be nice. if you could work that into the
4.7core after you get pathauto in there that would be great. ;)
Also, my particular need is to replace jinzora with drupal for my mp3
collection at home. Can we put that in Core too? (sooooo kidding)
Honestly I think a well defined core is probably the best approach. It's the
only way I can think of that potentially yields a solid foundation for
someone else to run with to get their needs met. And probably remove all
instances of CMS/Content Management System off the website as to not mislead
people in thinking that they've found something to replace wordpress with.
On 11/23/05, Larry Garfield <larry at garfieldtech.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday 23 November 2005 08:54 am, Adrian Rossouw wrote:
> > > When I first stumbled on drupal everything I read/was told led me
> > > to believe it was a kick ass CMS. Now that I've been working with
> > > it for a few months I tend to think of it as more of a development
> > > platform. Or I guess the best comparison I can give is that drupal
> > > is to websites as debian is to linux.
> > Yup.
> > drupal is the debian of the web.
> No wonder I like it (he writes from a Debian Sid box). :-)
> Although 4.7 seems to have slipped as far as sarge, schedule wise. Boy
> comparison just gets better and better...
> All we need now is aptitude (automated module installer) and we can start
> using that as our slogan. "Drupal: The Debian of the Web".
> (This post provided with its very own grain of salt. We recommend holding
> against your cheek with your tongue. --The Management)
> Larry Garfield AIM: LOLG42
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Thomas G. Willis
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