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jacmgr :: 24.03.2008 11:21:45
I like the basic philosophy you got here for neutrino. Good Luck and look forward to seeing it.
lecterror :: 25.03.2008 03:09:49
Thanks! If you have suggestions drop'em here!
Arwym :: 25.05.2009 17:51:24
I completely agree with what you say. It seems like lately, all CMS's, either suffer of featuritis, or are so un-intuitive and complicated that you end up spending more time learning how to use it, configuring and modifying it, than actually publishing new content to your website. Joomla is one of the best examples of that I can think of. And Wordpress is just the same crap, only disguised as a blogging application.

Yay for simplicity and "lightweightness"!
lecterror :: 26.05.2009 00:03:45
Hey Arwym! I'm glad you like the idea. I'm currently working on new features of neutrino and I can tell you it is difficult to draw the line of simplicity. Sometimes a feature adds bloat yet is extremely useful, and it is very difficult to decide whether it's necessary.

But we'll see when it's released... :)
Arwym :: 26.05.2009 12:01:49
My idea is that the CMS should only have the basic features that are necessary to accomplish whatever its goal is, and satisfy the audience it is directed to.
So in the case of yours, which is more aimed at developers, I think it one of the keys is flexibility.
I still have to try the CMS, which I probably will do between today and tomorrow, and once I do, I intend to comment in more detail. :)

I agree with you about features. :) Sometimes, choosing which features to add to your app can be more complicated than we imagine.