I love WordPress. A big fan. But then I once-upon-a-time used to be a huge fan of PHP, and then I’ve grown up. I know people will kill me for that statement. 😉
But the fact of the matter is PHP still has serious issues. And most recently, I can’t use it to run WordPress at Google App Engine, something that’s amazingly great for the starters who want to setup quick-and-not-so-dirty app.
I thought… would it be good to have WordPress for GAE? I came across Vosao – Open Source CMS for GAE/J. And I loved it immediately. Has a long way to go, and I do not see any active development on the same… surprised, what happened to the team.
StackOverflow has a question – What CMS runs on Google App Engine, but I personally didn’t like any of them.
And then I thought again… how about writing my own CMS with persistence in a Non-Relational Store with plug-in model so that I can run it on any store, be it GAE’s Data Store, MongoDB or Amazon DynamoDB or whatever.
Let me see if I can hold on my thoughts and really get on with it… At the moment, no promises!
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