Just as a quick followup, I did run into the VirtualHostMonster, which
was quick to set up with Apache, and makes it pretty easy to set up a vm
with a number of domain names matched to plone sites on a single
instance. Working on themes now, and I'm hoping to be wordpress/PHP
free by the end of the year. :p
On 11/09/2010 09:13 AM, clayton wrote:
> On Sep 28, 2010, at 4:26 PM, Pradeep Gowda wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 4:15 PM, Steven Githens<[address removed]> wrote:
>>> Actually, I should probably go find the "correct" mailing list, but since
>>> you guys wrote Lineage I might just ask here first.
>>> Like all programmers I've ended up running and hosting a small spattering of
>>> websites for friends and nonprofits I volunteer at, and until now I've used
>>> wordpress as a content management system but am trying to find something
>>> else since I want to write more plugins but it's so painful doing it in php.
>>> I looked at zine a while back, but it was wan't very satisfying.
>>> I used to be afraid of trying to use Plone because of the system
>>> requirements, but after looking at the release notes for 4 with the
>>> performance improvements and storing blobs outside the DB, I feel better
>>> about running it on an entry level Linode slice. I've been trying to find
>>> documentation on plone.org for using a single plone instance to serve
>>> multiple domain names with something like Apache or Njinx, and it partially
>>> lead to the Lineage module.
>>> Do you have any talks on that? Would you recommend it for this use case,
>>> running a handful of separate small-to-medium websites on a single plone
>> Do Sixfeetup guys have a presentation on plone? Is the pope catholic? ;)
>> I'd like to see this presentation too.
> Calvin is the Plone demo master, I'll volunteer him for the job.