> IMO, this is half-assed backwards. You ought to
> start with the
> major *open source* (OS) CMS's because OS always _eventually_
> prevails over
> proprietary software. The most promising of the OS CMS's are Plone,
> OpenCMS, and Bricolage. Covering proprietary software is a
> mistake because
> many forms of such software are doomed -- OS will destroy them.
Excuse me for a moment while I go round up and shoot all the people who
bought our proprietary CMS so I and the other newly liberated info-serfs can
rip apart our entire publishing system and install Bricolage.
Huh, where was I? Oh, yeah. For those of us who have invested heavily in
proprietary CMSes (and gasp, actually like them), such a site is most
welcome. At this point, ignoring the proprietary systems would be like, oh,
putting out a newspaper about enterprise networking that ignores Cisco and
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