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Magnolia Web CMS Blooms Again

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The spring has sprung, Magnolia blooms again. No, this is not another installation of #CMShaiku contest; it’s a release of version 4.3 of Magnolia CMS (news, site) that brings new templating capabilities designed for multi-language/multi-site content management scenarios, support for Groovy and Magnolia Store for modules management.

Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in March 2010

Welcome to the March installment of our what's coming from the open source CMS projects in the next month.

If you're looking through here and feel that your project was left out, we invite you to send us an email at pr@cmswire.com with a pointer to who we should contact at your project for updates.

Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in February 2010

Welcome to the February installment of our what's coming from the open source CMS projects in the next month.

If you're looking through here and feel that your project was left out, we invite you to send us an email at pr@cmswire.com with a pointer to who we should contact at your project for updates.

Alert: What's Coming In Open Source CMS In 2010

Normally in this space we look back over the current month and forward into the next month at what the various open source CMS projects are up to. But rather than blindly putting out an update for January, we thought we'd look farther ahead into what everyone wants to accomplish throughout next year. Call it our open source 2010 predictions with less guesswork and high hopes.

Magnolia CMS 4.2: Content Modeling, Standards, Integrations

Magnolia CMS 4.2: Interoperability, Standards, Integrations

Recently, the open source Magnolia CMS (news, site) saw its 4.2 version light that brings hierarchical data modeling, simpler integrations with external data sources, updated STK and a new node-builder extending the JSR-170 standard.

 

Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in December 2009

Welcome to the December 2009 installment of our what's coming from the open source CMS projects in the next 30 days.

If you're looking through here and feel that your project was left out, we invite you to send us an email at pr@cmswire.com with a pointer to who we should contact at your project for updates.
 

Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in October 2009

Welcome to the October 2009 installment of our what's coming from the open source CMS projects in the next 30 days.

If you're looking through here and feel that your project was left out, we invite you to send us an email at pr@cmswire.com with a pointer to who we should contact at your project for updates.

Live Coverage Online of Magnolia Conference

LiveStreaming of Magnolia ConferenceThe Magnolia (news, site) Conference is happening in just two days -- September 10 and 11. But if you haven't already bought your ticket, you probably aren't able to attend.

Good news for those of you who are still interested in seeing and hearing what's happening. The conference will be covered live on the conference website.

You can watch video streams Tech Sessions on September 10th, follow the Magnolia community twittering (twitter tag #mconf) and see photos of the event. Slides will also be uploaded after talks.

It will be almost like you were there in person. Well, almost.

So keep an eye on the conference website and see what you can learn about this open source web content management solution.

Reminder: Magnolia CMS Conference Coming in September

magnoli conference.JPGIn case you aren't tuned in to the open source grapevine, know that a major Magnolia (news, site) event is just around the corner.

The Magnolia Conference will be held in Basel, Switzerland on September 10th and 11th of this year. Day 1 is Presentation Day, during which participants of the conference can expect  to gain the knowledge to build simple open source content management solutions with Magnolia CMS through expert instruction, hands-on tutorials and case studies.

On day two, Community Day, the whole shebang will close with an "Unconference-style" event run by the attendees. This means that the attendees themselves will be responsible for proposing talks, voting for talks, presentations, questions, etc.

For more information on the event, including a detailed schedule of speakers, head on over here. If you aren't going to be anywhere near Switzerland but would still like to get out and shake some hands, check out our complete list of events for something a little closer to home.

Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in August 2009

Welcome to the August 2009 installment of our what's coming from the open source CMS projects in the next 30 days.

If you're looking through here and feel that your project was left out, we invite you to send us an email at pr@cmswire.com with a pointer to who we should contact at your project for updates.

Magnolia Conference Program Finalized

magnoli conference.JPGHangin’ around the Switzerland area this September? Be sure to mosey on over to the Magnolia Conference for an open source good time.  

The conference, held in Basel, Switzerland, will consist of keynotes and sessions with business and technical topics in regard to Magnolia CMS (news, site). Speakers include Pascal Mongold and Boris Kraft, Magnolia's CEO and CTO, respectively. Additionally, some folks from Day Software, Aperto, and several other companies and institutions are scheduled to make an appearance as well. The whole shebang will then close with an "Unconference-style" event run by the attendees.

Here's a closer look at the schedule:

Presentation Day, September 10th

During Presentation Day, participants of Magnolia Conference will gain the knowledge they need to build simple open source content management solutions with Magnolia CMS through expert instruction, hands-on tutorials and case studies.

Community Day, September 11th

Community Day will be an Unconference. This means that attendees themselves will be responsible to propose talks, vote for talks, present, share, question, inquire and otherwise make the event.

For more information on the event, including a detailed schedule of speakers, head on over here. If you aren't going to be anywhere near Switzerland but would still like to get out and shake some hands, check out our complete list of events for something a little closer to home. 

Magnolia 4.1 Released, Features Pluggable DAM, Clustering Support

Magnolia 4.1 Released, Features Pluggable DAM, Clustering Support In March this year when Magnolia (news, site) released v4.0 of its web content management system, the company’s CTO Boris Kraft said that while they were happy with the new product, there would be always room for improvement.

Three months later those improvements have come with the first official and complete release of  v4.1. While there are a number of new features, particularly in the enterprise edition, most of the enhancements can be found in new modules with the Standard Templating Kit (STK).

Let's take a look at what else is new.

Enterprise CMS Platform Adds More Apps for Small Business

SpringCM continues to develop SaaS platformWant more signs that SaaS is becoming a must-have solution in these troubled times? You have to look no further than SpringCM (news, site) to get them. Last October, it beefed up its SaaS-based enterprise content management system with Version 4.5 and then again, in March of this year, with Version 5.1, adding a number of new features and enhancements.

Now, to add muscle to that, SpringCM has announced five new industry-specific applications available on its platform -- three of them from entirely new partners and two more from existing partners.

Magnolia CMS Blooms at Supersonic Speed with v4.0

Magnlioa CMS Blooms at Supersonic Speed with V. 4.0Magnolia’s here with another release. Magnolia 4.0  is the fourth generation of the Java-based web content management system and brings with it a whole mess of template related pizzazz.

In addition to production-ready functionality, Magnolia’s latest release delivers content presentation that follows accessibility guidelines, is search-engine optimized and introduces support for mobile devices.

Thumbtack: A Bookmarking Service from Microsoft

Microsofts Thumbtack

Live Labs, part of the Microsoft Corporation, has announced a new solution for people who want to keep track of all the information they find useful on the web. Thumbtack is similar to social bookmarking, but takes the service to new levels calling it a online research collection tool.

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