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Channel: Open Source CMS (page 6)

  • SpikeSource Beefs Enterprise 2.0, Web CMS Competition

    Open source specialist SpikeSource, recently invigorated by their collaboration on Intel's SuiteTwo Enterprise 2.0 project, has aligned with CorraTech to provide a suite of open source applications. The software offering, aptly dubbed OpenSuite, is delivered either on-premise or as an on-demand service.

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  • Book: Plone for Content Managers

    Content Management with Plone: Handbook for Authors and Editors became available last week at Amazon.com. It had been available previously at Amazon.de and from its German publisher, gocept. The book's presence on Amazon.com allows Plone users in the US and Canada to get it more easily, quickly, and inexpensively.

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  • Joomla Themes Site Launched

    Joomla's been all the rage lately. On Tuesday of this week it garnered the very first Best Open Source CMS award from Packt Publishing. Today a new Joomla Themes site was launched. Now everyone can have pretty pages as they celebrate their success.

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  • Magnolia Turns 3, Updates Web CMS

    Today Magnolia released Magnolia Enterprise Edition, a major update to their Enterprise Web CMS + Java Content Repository (JSR-170) offering, targeting simplification and ease of deployment. This is to commemorate their third anniversary.

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  • Drupal Contributions System Revamped

    After months of design, implementation, and testing, the initial version of the new system for releasing Drupal contributions is finally installed and running on drupal.org. This change impacts everyone who uses or maintains contributions (modules, themes, etc) from drupal.org. Contributions have a new version number scheme, and at long last,

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  • Joomla Awarded Best Open Source CMS

    The Packt Publishing Best Open Source CMS Award results are in ...and its Joomla who has taken the first prize, with Drupal in a very close second place, and Plone finishing in third.

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  • New Mambo Book Released

    The Visual Blueprint for Mambo is a visually-oriented users manual for the Mambo Open Source CMS. Open the book and you'll discover step-by-step screen shots that demonstrate over 220 key Mambo techniques.

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  • ECM: Alfresco Plumps for ODF Alliance

    Alfresco, a leading vendor of open source enterprise content management (ECM) solutions has joined the ODF Alliance. Covered previously, Alfresco's document management component includes an OpenDocument Format (ODF) Virtual File System. This offers a simple shared drive interface to any office application.

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  • Drupal Gets Fancy New Theme

    A quick Drupal news flash. The popular open source web CMS now has a dandy new UI option. The Garland theme will be the new default for the coming version 5.0.

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  • Joomla Continues Winning Ways

    The credits just keep rolling in. Joomla, a leading Open Source CMS, has won its second consecutive award for Best Linux/Open Source Project at UK Linux and Open Source Awards 2006, in London last week. And recently, it was announced that Joomla is in the final five for the

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  • Mephisto Means Blogging on Rails

    One of the new micro publishing platforms that's garnered a bit of attention recently is the open-source Mephisto project. Mephisto is built on Ruby on Rails, the hot new web application programming language used by a lot of the Web 2.0 kids.

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  • Feeling Blue, IBM Courting Drupal

    Hot off the gossip wire: IBM is falling for Drupal. Hmmmm. ECM leader IBM has developed a series of nine tutorials for Open Source CMS Drupal. And as it turns out, Drupal runs rather well on IBM Linux servers while plugged-into IBM's DB2 Express-C database.

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  • Open Source Portals Gaining Ground

    Open source enterprise portal packages are seeing substantial uptake in the marketplace, but vary broadly in features and usability, and tend to target a limited set of simple scenarios, according to the latest semi-annual release of the Enterprise Portals Report from independent analyst firm, CMS Watch.With the growth of open-source

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  • Building Forms & Reports with XOOPS CMS

    XOOPS is a popular, extensible open source Web CMS based on PHP and MySQL OSS technologies. The XOOPS Formulize add-on module enables you to add custom web forms to your XOOPS-powered site, and then search, sort and analyze the data that users submit.

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