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Re: [ruby-75] Ruby CMSs-- which to choose?

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Sent on: Sunday, July 26, 2009 2:13 PM
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From: Beverly May
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Subject: [ruby-75] Ruby CMSs-- which to choose?

Hello Ruby NYC lists,

I just joined both the NYC Ruby lists as my team is developing a RoR based web service this summer. We need to choose a (free) CMS to integrate with the platform. We've been reviewing our options based on what seem to be the major ones-- Radiant, Mephisto, Typo, Comatose, Railfrog-- but would be great to hear from real, live, local developers about pros/cons/warnings with any of these and which are most recommended. 

Some details about our service and our cms needs:
-- Ruby user login and authentication integration
-- in addition to our core generic service, we will be doing customized branded instances/ CSS skins for each new institutional client we receive. Each one will need some of their own content... to be powered by the CMS-- pulling in custom CSS per instance
-- "editorial" blogs and CMS content pages as well as multi-author registered user blog/tip/FAQ/message­ board capability
-- registered user ratings/reviews on some content
-- ideal if has newsletter, xml sitemap, ad-serving and other useful widgets/ modules readily available from a dev user community? 

Thoughts? Thanks in advance!
-- Beverly 


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