Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
I may be good at some things, but I'm lousy at making Web sites.
Oh, I know my way around HTML, and I'm decent at Macromedia's Dreamweaver, but just because I know how to paint, doesn't make me Van Gogh.
So it is that when I looked at my sad little Practical Technology Web site, I decided it was time to try something different.
I decided that my first problem wasn't that I'm a klutz at Web design. No, my biggest problem was that I don't have the time to manually put up a decent-looking Web site.
So, it was that I decided to put up one using a blogging-oriented CMS (content management system). By that, I do not mean using an existing CMS like Blogger or Live Journal. I mean actually setting up my own instance of a CMS on one of my Linux servers.
I know it's not everyone's idea of a fun way to spend the break between Christmas and New Year's, but hey, it works for me.
So, the first thing I needed to do was to decide what I'd use.
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