[erlang-questions] Re: Web Framework to choose

Marc Worrell marc@REDACTED
Tue Dec 1 17:47:53 CET 2009

I am not entirely sure what you mean by "CMS written on top of framework" and how feasible such an approach is in the long run. Though we are open to suggestions.

We made Zotonic to make projects for customers. While building it we had an eye on a couple of CMS systems, notably anyMeta, Drupal and WordPress.  anyMeta had a great influence, as we are rather actively involved in its development (in fact we made it).

We used Erlang to solve major problems we encountered in the PHP systems most people are using.

Zotonic's current direction is to add real time sharing of information, using XMPP PubSub and other protocols. Of course besides adding more functionalities needed for a CMS.

Some other people are also checking to see if it can be made distributed, and if it is possible to use a key value store. 

We like to have a good out of the box experience, so that designers are also happy to work with Zotonic.

Kind Regards,

Marc Worrell

On 1 dec 2009, at 17:16, Max Lapshin wrote:

> Zotonic is a very great work, but it would be much better, if it will
> migrate from CMS to
> CMS, written on top of framework.
> It is absolutely impossible to make CMS, that will fit all need
> (especially in such projects, that require erlang),
> but it is possible to copy best solutions from systems like Ruby on
> Rails and make Zotonic much wider used.

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