[ic] > >>> mbrei@carolina.rr.com 21-4-04 3:23:55 >>>

J van Dijk 'BV Kunststoffenindustrie Attema' j.vandijk at attema.nl
Wed Apr 21 05:37:44 EDT 2004

> >>> mbrei at carolina.rr.com 21-4-04 3:23:55 >>>
> Greetings,
> I'm new to Interchange and this list and wanted to know how much
> perl/CGI experience is needed to customize Interchange.  I'm very
> with Linux/UNIX and know just enough html to barely get by.  I have
> problem learning new things and I have read a good deal of the docs,
but I'm
> a net admin, not webmaster, so if this is going to take years to
learn then
> it's not for me.  If someone like me has no business trying to
> Interchange, what would a ballpark figure be for someone else to do
it?  I
> apologize if this isn't the place to post this question.
> TIA,
> Matt

Hi, Matt,

It all depends on how far your 'customizing' goes. HTML-,Perl- and IC
knowledge is necessary, the Linux experience is important for the
installation part.
If you just want to make small changes on an existing installation, it
can be done with a little HTML and Perl knowledge.
If you want to create high sophisticated website with lots of features,
you need more knowledge of HTML and Perl.

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