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The lair of Lars J. Nilsson. Contains random musings on beer, writing and this thing we call life.


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CMS Hell; Part Final;”We have a winner”

This is a series of post starting here, in which I look at different CMS installations and despair.At the end there’s only two left to consider, Magnolia and Joomla! And I’ll go for Magnolia first. Simply because I will need to tinker a fair bit with the system, and  Magnolia seems a lot more friendly to a Java developer than [...]

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CMS Hell; Part V; Magnolia

This is a series of post starting here, in which I look at different CMS installations and despair.Magnolia came in late in my research but I immediately started thinking that I perhaps had found something good. As several other systems it comes with one “community” version and one “enterprise” version, but I [...]

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CMS Hell; Part IV; Blandware AtLeap

This is a series of post starting here, in which I look at different CMS installations and despair.AtLeap is a relatively new CMS from Blandware. Despite it seeming a bit immature, I was intrigued enough to install it simple because 1) it was easy; and 2) it screams “multilingual” at you at it’s front page.The Good Easy [...]

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CMS Hell; Part II; Joomla!

This is a series of post starting here, in which I look at different CMS installations and despair.Joomla! is the offshoot of Mambo. I’ve heard a lot of good from both. So I actually started looking at, and installing, Mambo.  But after surfing round for an hour or so, looking for documentation on multilingual content (mambelfish? [...]

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CMS Hell; Part I;”The introduction”

Båstad Chamber Music Festival wants a new web site. And who can blame them? But naturally it should be a CMS of some sort. Thus the task for the weekend was: Find a decent CMS to use. This turned out to be cumbersome and boring.These were my requirements when I started: Ease of use. The editors of the site should not have to be more than [...]

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