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+ - Which CMS is Best For Web Novice?

Submitted by standbypowerguy
standbypowerguy (698339) writes "So my father, who's in his 70s and a reasonably competent Linux user found out the server I set up in his basement can do more than just act as a firewall. He wants me to set up a CMS so he can write and host his own web site. He's mostly into genealogy, so I imagine he'll want to post articles with embedded pictures, as well as host some kind of photo archive. He's got a small site hosted through his ISP already, but would like expand it, and wants something easy to learn. So what CMS would fellow Slashdotters recommend for him, and why? The server is based on CentOS 5.6, and runs Apache 2.2, MySQL 5.0 and PHP 5.2."
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