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Not really an issue...
Authored by: robg on Sep 09, '02 08:49:25AM

The newest Geeklog will handle everything I need it to do (I've tested version 1.35); I just need 1.36 as it crushes a few data input bugs and some issues with site upgrades from previous versions.

If that doesn't work for me, at some point then most definitely an engine change is in order ... but I'd probably pick something PHP based (I think there's a PHP version of slashcode out there somewhere).

-rob.



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Not really an issue...
Authored by: rev on Sep 09, '02 01:47:37PM

Don't get me wrong, I am not dissing Geeklog entirely - just simply offering other possible solutions.

http://www.phpslash.org/

The URL above is the effort of porting Slash (perl/mod_perl, etc...) to PHP. Dunno how stable/functional it is - but it is what you were referring to I believe.



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Altenatives...
Authored by: robg on Sep 09, '02 02:59:17PM

I actually keep about four or five alternatives running on the local box all the time -- phpnuke, that phpslash project, and a few others that show up under 'blog' on sourceforge :-). There's some cool stuff out there, and it all just keeps getting better!

Given my choice, it'll be easier to keep it in Geeklog. But if that proves impossible, I have no qualms about moving...

-rob.



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