Welcome to Geeklog Wednesday, May 22 2013 @ 11:07 PM EDT
I've spent some time with Geeklog after spending time with other CMS out there and would like to share some thoughts. Currently CMS functionality is a commodity. Geeklog stands out in several ways. Any idea where is it heading?
Geeklog provides a layer of basic services and does it well. Its security system allows personalisation of content. This is still rare among CMSs, and especially when it is so solid. On the other hand I like that system is rather lean and fast. I also appreciate the approach when existing code is being cleaned rather than rush towards new functionality and new design. Gives me hope than I'll be mostly busy dealing with content and users on my site, not with upgrading. Geeklog seems to be a working tool rather than a mean of self-expression.
And now for something completely different. It has to do where Geeklog actually fits in the marketplace.
Some of the messages are not strictly translated from the English but I have used my own - mostly in slang - variations.
If somebody use GL for Slovak users, try this:
Visible at www.rado1.sk
[If you understand Slovak :-)))]
I'm sure there are much more efficient ways to accomplish these tasks. I'd like to hear from the other GL developers. How do you work on your code? What you like and dislike about your environment and tools? Since Linux and Windows developers may not be completely familiar with each other's worlds, try to use hyperlinks where necessary.
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