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I did a comparative evaluation 3-4 years ago, and ended up choosing metadot for an inhouse/intranet wiki.

This product seems to fulfill your requirements (It runs primarily on Linux, Apache, MySQL and Perl and supports Sun Solaris, Windows OSes and Oracle database. ). It was relatively easy to install and configure. The source was fairly well structured, and easy to modify. The support from the developers was fine.

That said, Portal/CMS applications come in a wide variety with respect to functionality, configurability, plug-inn's &c.

best regards
allan dystrup

In reply to Re: What's the best Perl CMS? by ady
in thread What's the best Perl CMS? by cosmicperl

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