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Re: Content management system recommendations?

by $code or die (Deacon)
on Jan 16, 2002 at 17:23 UTC ( #139193=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Content management system recommendations?

I lean towards OpenInteract. It has everything you need.

But having said that, I am writing my own. It's mainly an exercise and a chance to play around with with XSL and the like. My motivations are a system that:

  • uses templates heavily
  • lets me write the page content in a browser in whatever format I want
  • uses plugins to display page content (so I can easily extend the system)
  • lets me include nodelets (like the ones we have here) in the templates.
I will be releasing the source code once it's tidied up a bit and I have proper user management and permissions implimented. But even when I do release the source, I'll probably still point people to other systems. Have you looked at Axkit? I've not looked at it properly, but I think that it's also an option.



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