Experimenting with Django-CMS...

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... and understanding why I like Plone so much (even if I sometimes find it inexplicable). Install Zope, install Plone, add a plone site in zope and voila, you have a working site, including a number of advanced types and JavaScript integration and editing. And all this without even having to edit a number of config-files and understand why the examples doesn't work or hacking the HTTP-server to death or struggling to understand why you need something for development and something else for production.

With that said, I can't say that I in any way dislike Django-CMS, just that it is pretty hard to set-up when you're not into the "Django-mindset" (modifying Zope/Plone is equally frustrating, but at another point in the learning cycle).

Well, perserverance wins, or so they claim :-)

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