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    SitePoint Wizard Chris82's Avatar
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    Hm, out of the available options I think that Nucleus would be my choice.

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    Yup I think Nucleus looks good as well

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    Yup I'm actually trying it right now (I'd used it awhile back pre-2.0) locally and it seems to do what we want. Also the availability of a trackback plugin swayed my vote.

    Guys could you PM me your preferred domain name and I'll see what Toly can do. Thanks.

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    I use Nuclues on 4 sites right now and like it very much. And since it's GPL - if need be, it could be forked.
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    I think Drupal looks good

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    Quote Originally Posted by redemption
    Jump: thanks but Glue seems to be a free blog hosting site - not a script per se.
    Um, no it is a script. and it is available here.

    The above was only an example of it's use. It's really a good blog and it uses templates. Users are able to choose themes and have there own home page. It is developed by the guy that is developing this cool site.

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    which one will we use?

    I will most likely choose that one for my site...which will start out as a tech based blog and i can put a link to our php- devoted blog...

    so...which one?? Nucleus, Drupal, Movabletype wut?

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    I think based on a majority vote, Nucleus would be the one. Drupal seems a little overkill.

    Jump: Sorry I couldn't find it as a script from the link you gave - probably wasn't looking hard enough

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    Isn't Nucleus more of a CMS? hint

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    Well I'm not that certain actually. I've looked around and tried Drupal and Nucleus and my appraisal was that Drupal was more heavy-weight. Also, Nucleus does seem to have an easier plugin process.

    Thanks Jump but I'm not certain we want to try Glue yet because it's still growing apparently and missing an active dev community that's apparent in Nucleus and Drupal. If you can show otherwise, I'm sure we'll be willing to take a 2nd look

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    Don't forget about b2, it's written in php and supports multiple authors, more customizable than MT (IMHO).
    http://www.cafelog.com

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    hmm nucleus it is...but wuts our name? we need to get our domain...

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    Check your PM. phpblog.net wins with a majority vote.

    All credit to Toly for providing the domain name and the web hosting.

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    ok sorry i didnt check it!

    so wut should the name on the logo be?
    Last edited by netkid; Jun 29, 2003 at 07:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redemption
    If you know of a PHP blog that has multi-authoring capabilities, do link to it here.
    I may be way off base here (first time posting) - but check out Cute News for what I feel is a GREAT multi-authoring Blog.

    Dave


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