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I wouldn't recommend developing "for Xavante." Instead, develop for
WSAPI - I would rather use a server like Apache or Lighty and run a
CMS using CGI or FastCGI, than have to run an Xavante and then proxy
it in.

As for what I would like in it, that depends on what the CMS really
does. Some more information would be nice. Is it like a blog, just a
tool for running "normal" Web sites dynamically, or a portal?

This sounds like a great idea, and if you put the code on Bitbucket or
somewhere I might contribute a few lines.

-- Leaf
"There are 10 types of people in the world - those who understand
binary and those who don't."

On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 4:04 PM, Linus Sjögren
<> wrote:
> Hello lua-l!
> I've recently started developing a Lua CMS running on Xavante and it's
> shaping up nicely.
> It has a big number of features on the back-end and for the noobier users I
> have "templates", basically functions that generates a full featured blog
> for you.
> Now, I have a question for you:
> What would you like for this project?
> Thanks in advance!
> // Linus Sjögren (