> I followed this link directions and it was fine:
> Davi Lima
> 2009/5/8 Jaap A. Haitsma <jaap haitsma org
>> OK, my apologies for bringing it up.When there are good instructions
>> on how to setup a good test environment I'll be interested in trying
>> to help a bit.
>> On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 16:42, Lefty ( 亢À ) <lefty shugendo org
>> > On 5/8/09 2:44 AM, "Andreas Nilsson" <nisses mail home se
>> >> Talking CMS choices are one of those things that are just going to end
>> >> up in a really long and boring thread without any real consensus. What
>> >> I
>> >> would like for us to focus on first is to get all the organization,
>> >> content and design together and get it really, really good. Then we can
>> >> implement that in whatever thing suits best.
>> > I'd have to agree with Andreas that this is an unprofitable way to
>> > approach
>> > the discussion. There are better and worse kinds of hammers, but they
>> > can
>> > all pretty much be used to drive nails, and talking about the relative
>> > merits of the various hammers won't get any nails driven.
>> > Changing tools will not cause work which hasn't gotten done so far to
>> > magically become accomplished independently of someone's sitting down
>> > and
>> > doing it. My favorite flute instruction book has this advice on the
>> > first
>> > page, in large letters: "MERE POSSESSION OF THIS BOOK IS _NOT_
>> > SUFFICIENT."
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