and forgot about the current sed plugs such as T3 calendar and events and FAQ, if these (and other current sed plugins) do not work under cotonti it will be a while before I change over my active sed sites.
I am a sed/ldu fan since early days with several sed sites and am wondering what I have to do to make them compatible with cotonti if this is the way of the future - have read the documentation but cannot find anything in there that explains this aspect of changing over to cotonti with an active sed site? Do I simply do a new install, download my database and then reupload database into new install?
Lookin' awesome guys. Great work so far. Just got Cotonti up on my host and plan on using it for my new project. I can already tell this is going to replace Seditio as my CMS of choice. Straight out of the box it's already so flexible. Absolutely love it.
Just give it a try and you'll see the differences clear as night and day.