> Can anyone recommend an open source content management system ? There's
> tons of them available, so maybe someone who has experience with them
> can save me a chunk of searching....?
>You'd need to be more specific about your requirements, but...
The most recent one I was quite impressed with is Plone, which is built on
Zope/Python. You can sign up for an account on their website and play with
Midgard is quite good, if a little clunky, although it has to be said that I
haven't looked at it in a while. It's slowly moved towards becoming more of
an application server than a CMS, and people have built more intuitive,
albeit commercial, CMS's on top of it. Uses PHP and MySQL:
If you're not in a particular hurry, Jelsoft, the developers of the
vBulletin forum product, are working on a CMS at the moment. It appears that
it will effectively be a plugin for the latest version of vBulletin,
currently in beta, however they've been quite specific that it /is/ a CMS,
and not just another clone of PHPNuke. I can't find a specific thread about
it now, but you might find something from here:
I'm actually putting off content management on one or two of my sites until
that is released.
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