At this moment, I have a tall stack of unread books related to content management systems sitting in front me. Publishers and authors apparently like my review style because new books continue to be sent my way. However, reading a book from cover to cover for a review (the last one being six months ago) takes time and I just haven't been able to keep up with the required reading. So with admission that I haven't read every page of these books, I've decided to at least start posting mini-reviews of select books and hoping that this move is still a win-win-win for publishers, authors and readers.
Integration between Hippo and PugPig provides a powerful and easy framework for managing and publishing to iOS-Powered Mobile Devices.
Hippo, the company setting new standards for how Commercial Open Source Web Content Management can empower audiences and change the way organizations manage Web content announced today that it has completed a seamless and complete integration with PugPig - a new framework that enables you to publish HTML5 content to iOS powered mobile devices. This integration provides Hippo CMS users with a complete content management and publishing framework to easily create beautiful and optimized magazines for the iPad and iPhone platforms.
Nine years ago this month marks the initial release of the Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware project. Known then as TikiWiki, the initial release (version 0.9) included a mere fraction of the features available today. Since 2002, the Tiki Community has become one of the largest open-source teams in the world and is in the top 2% of all projects on Ohloh.
Over the years, I have gone on record stating the importance in allowing users the ability to leave comments at this site anonymously. I have always recognized that there is a segment of the online community that likes to submit quality comments online, but they don't want to be required to leave an online trail that can be traced back to personal online accounts. Despite all the trouble I've had with the spammers and bots, the benefits of anonymous comments was always worth it to me in hopes of reading that one life changing comment provided by someone who preferred to stay in the shadows.
New version of ImpressCMS improves speed, memory use and efficiency, while laying the groundwork for features communities need for their online applications.
The ImpressCMS team is very proud to announce the release of ImpressCMS 1.3 - smaller, faster and better! ImpressCMS enables communities to easily build websites around many different areas of interest and functions.
The goals defined for the newest version of ImpressCMS were clear: completely overhaul the core to improve speed, improve efficiency and improve the architecture, while still maintaining the functionality of existing sites, modules and themes.
With the release of ImpressCMS 1.3, all these goals were met, with pre-production sites showing remarkable improvements in speed and memory use. Also, the totally refactored ImpressCMS Persistable Framework will make core and module development considerably easier.
The National Governors Association is the first to embrace the new version of Jahia’s open source CMS in replacement of proprietary solution
Jahia, provider of Java-based open source CMS solutions, announced today that the National Governors Association (nga.org) has re-launched its website using Jahia 6.5, the first open source next-generation CMS, which bridges web, portal, social, search, and mobile user experiences with a single composite platform. The new NGA website employs reusable components to streamline development efforts and provide a common look and feel across the site.
The National Governors Association - the bipartisan organization of the nation’s governors - promotes leadership, shares best practices, and speaks with a collective voice on national policy. The new site built upon Jahia 6.5 allows for easy access to over 7,000 research papers, publications, newsletters, and webcast materials, ensuring that policy makers have access to the information that they need to govern.
October 1, 2011 – The ProcessWire team is proud to announce the latest release of ProcessWire, version 2.1. This is the second major open source release of ProcessWire CMS and includes a lot of great improvements: