CMS and Presentation Systems

stdout.be talks about what Presentation Systems are and what their responsibilities could be in an environment where the CMS is no longer a single system, but an ecosystem in “The Post-CMS CMS”. It’s a great post, and reminds me of how we’ve defined the role presentation systems play in our solution stack. (via @SeanBlanda) Sean […]

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A new CMS to watch?

Armstrong is a new open source CMS in development, based upon Django, and funded by the Knight Foundation. There is a recent piece about Armstrong posted at The Nieman Journalism Lab with a good thread questioning the need and the backing technology since other options exist. I think the more experimentation in this space the […]

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Easiest Movable Type Upgrade Yet

Over the years I’ve used Userland Frontier, Userland Manila, Userland Radio, GreyMatter, WordPress, PHP-Nuke, PostNuke, Drupal, and have ran this blog using Movable Type for years. This upgrade was the smoothest yet, probably due to the lack of custom plugins or templates I am relying on these days. But the urge is still there to […]

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Alfresco Links for February 7th, 2010

Alfresco Webcast: What’s New in 3.2? Alfresco Webcast: WCM Roadmap Webinar – Versions 3.3 and 4.0 Key to Content: Alfresco WCM Roadmap (notes from the presentation) Philip Kedy at CapTech: Alfresco WCM or DM: What is the best choice for your enterprise portal? Jeff Potts: Understanding the differences between Alfresco’s repository implementations Recent related event: […]

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Alfresco API: RESTful API Links

Trying to find one reference that links to the entire Alfresco REST API? The following pages are all on the AlfrescoWiki, but its a bit hard to navigate. Note that the 3.1 REST API page does not include the items mentioned in the 3.0 REST API page, or the Deployment REST API page, the 3.0 […]

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