@Xangis Yeah, some use Django as either just the web framework or also as a CMS. I keep getting surprised who all is using Plone, Python's first CMS and using... Zope. Or are you guys using Grok/ 5?
We use Flask/Python as our web framework, but the CMS is part of our backend, which is partially our own stuff and partially part of the TinyERP/OpenERP fork we use, Tryton. So, the graphical user interface is built in Gtk, which while working cross-platform, does not communicate with Microsoft's MSAA (their accessibility API), so when one of our clients called because they have a blind employee by them, we could only suggest he use a VM with Linux to access the admin/client stuff. Which is sad, until someone decides to either
- build a bridge between Gtk and MSAA
- rewrite the client in Qt(5) or something.
wow cool, though I would never have thought Erlang is an appropriate language for stuff like CMSes, fast or not. Most places I've seen using Erlang usually pair it with another language like Python to get their mixture of 'communications/messaging' and imperative stuff.
... the data model uses 'edges', which they call connections between nodes... that sure sounds like graph database stuff! Which would be totally cool.
Erlang is pretty cool. I don't think I could ever program in it. Functional with side-effects? Sure. Pure?
<gumbie>DOCTOR! My brain hurts.</gumbie>