I did a bit more looking and found a couple of very interesting options, web.py and Bottle.
Generally, pull is what I want. That is, I want to go out and get what I am looking for rather than having it rammed down my throat. But I have had people telling me that they want push.
It's "question and answer" software. OSQA is one of an assortment of implementations. It happens to be written using Django. Someday, my hope is that it can become part of a web site about living that does a lot more.
The discussion started on NicaLiving about using Windoze vs. Linux. It is the usual uninformed caca. But, we have moved on to applications software. My question, which I want to present here, is why is anyone still using Microsoft Office?
OpenOffice(.org) is an office suite which will look very familiar to users of Microsoft Office but have some significant benefits including:
- Support a true open format as well as Microsoft's proprietary format and quasi-open formats
This issue came up for a couple of reasons one being the disaster related to http://statecraft21.com over the last few days. I created the site on a server (http://www.servage.net) where I have an account. The account includes an amazing amount of storage and of bandwidth. But, apparently, a database-heavy application was just not going to fly there.