while we are not yet the "top player", the recently released (10 days
ago) Magnolia Content Management has seen an incredibly successful
start - more than 2500 downloads in the first seven days. It is
JCR/Java/XML/Open Source & free, easy to use, easy to template (JSTL),
standards based etc. - in short: its one great system built on the
experience of some top notch CMS developers. The downside: its version
1.0, so its not "feature complete", and some things will change in the
versions to come. The upside: its version 1.0 so its still easy to
understand, and exciting, and it will have all the bells and whistles
some day - some of which - who knows? - you could provide.
> clean/easy-to-understand way
It could very well be what you are looking for. Please check out
http://www.magnolia.info for details including screenshots,
documentation and downloads.
Thanks & good luck
On 26.11.2003, at 16:53 Uhr, Jennifer Simard wrote:
> Hey folks,
> I'm new to the cms-list! I've been a long time developer of CMS for the
> companies that I've worked for, and have mostly developed on my gut
> as to what our clients needed.
> As I am now working for a new company they would like to see what else
> out there.
> I've identified a few of the top players (Mambo, Zope, movableType,
> ezPublish, phpWebSite)
> But was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of other
> (or tell me what you think of the ones I've identified) so that I can
> For a bit of background, I'm looking at developing a "web site" content
> management system. Doesn't have to be "featurific" but gives the
> client what
> they need in a clean/easy-to-understand way.
> Take care,
> please trim your posts.
please trim your posts.