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This is the first I'd really heard of "Quixote". I wonder how it compares to phpnuke, slash, etc., etc....?
I wonder how they evaluated which web software to use...
Posted May 31, 2002 21:58 UTC (Fri) by nas (subscriber, #17)
I don't know a lot about phpnuke and slash but it looks like they are
both meant for building portal sites. Quixote is a general tool for
building dynamic web sites (e.g. more similar to PHP than to phpnuke).
I suspect Quixote was chosen because Python was prefered over Perl and
PHP. However, in the Python world there are lots of web frameworks
available (e.g. Zope, WebWare, Twisted, SkunkWeb). I can't say why
Quixote was chosen over them. I'm biased anyhow. :-)
Posted May 31, 2002 22:54 UTC (Fri) by mdavis (guest, #241)
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