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    Open source CMS systems

    If you're considering a CMS for a Web site, you might want to have a look at http://www.opensourcecms.com .

    From the site:

    This site was created with one goal in mind. To give you the opportunity to "try out" some of the best php/mysql based free and open source software systems in the world. You are welcome to be the administrator of any site here, allowing you to decide which system best suits your needs.

    The administrator username and password is given for every system and each system is refreshed on the hour, every hour. This allows you to to add and delete content, change the way things look, basically be the admin of any system here with no fear of messing anything up
    CMS/portal systems featured include:

    Drupal
    e107
    eNvolution
    E-Xoops
    ezContents
    Geeklog
    ldu
    Mambo
    myPHPNuke
    Ovidentia
    PHP-Nuke
    phpSlash
    phpWebSite
    phpWebThings
    PostNuke
    Seir Anphin
    SPT
    Webgenerator-X
    xaraya
    XOOPS
    XOOPS 2

    There's also full admin demos of free open source blogs, forums, groupware and e-learning programs. All programs are PHP baseed, and most use MySQL back ends.

    Pretty cool!
    Growth for growth's sake is the ideology of the cancer cell. -- Edward Abbey

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    UIPublish

    Urban Insight also supports an open source, minimalist content management system that works really well on sites that are a combination of static & dynamic content.

    You can insert the CMS 'snippet' of code on a page that you want to be driven by the CMS, but the rest of the site can be managed/designed using Dreamweaver/Golive, etc.

    It's sort of a technical developer's version of a CMS. We have about 30 clients using it, including some large clients (like universities).

    Info:
    http://www.urbaninsight.com/services/contentmngmnt.html

    Demo (requires Flash):
    http://www.urbaninsight.com/services/uipublish.html

    SourceForge Project (includes screen shots):
    http://uipublish.sourceforge.net/

    Chris

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