November 13, 2004 12:11 PM   Subscribe

CMSfilter: I am setting up a site for a friend's performance group. The key dynamic features will be a gig schedule and a photo gallery; other than that, I expect it'll be mostly static content. I'm looking for a CMS where the appearance is easy to customize and where non-technical people will be able to update the content easily without bugging me. I'm already famililar with, etc--I'm wondering if anyone has any specific recommendations. Roll-my-own is not an option.
posted by adamrice to Computers & Internet (3 answers total)
Have a look at Mambo - easy to use, nice back-end, hundreds of ready-made templates (and easy to tweak, or make your own). Gallery integrates perfectly with it, and it's built-in category & section handling would probably lend themselves quite well to an evolving gig list.

Needs php and mysql to run, I believe.
posted by benzo8 at 12:22 PM on November 13, 2004

I've had good luck with drupal.
posted by websavvy at 9:19 PM on November 13, 2004

Response by poster: Drupal is a great system, but it's massive overkill for my purposes. However, since I already kinda-sorta know how to deal with it, that's what I've decided to go with.
posted by adamrice at 10:34 AM on November 14, 2004

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