django CMS Community

django CMS Community

The django CMS Community develops and supports django CMS, a modern web publishing platform. django CMS is an open-source project and relies on its community of users to contribute to help make the project better. Development is led by a team of core developers, and under the overall guidance of a technical board.

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Switzerland
Year Founded
2007
Employees
50
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