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Ahh, the answer is simpler than you imagine.

You would use the technologies that you can use and get the job done.

It's like my toolbox. I have a chisel and a screwdriver. In a pinch I can skip getting the chisel out if the screwdriver is in my hand and the job can be done with one swift stroke.

Put another way, the tools and technology I would pick should not apply because it may not be something you could use.

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Need suggestion on cms + plugin options

Actually we are looking at options of software that can be used to get job done. Do you have any suggestions on cms + pluging to build website that have wikipedia like functionality?

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