RE: Experiences with Content Management Systems

Subject: RE: Experiences with Content Management Systems
From: Amy Dohlman <amdohlman -at- uwalumni -dot- com>
To: svfaulkner -at- comcast -dot- net, techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 07:46:40 -0600

Steven wrote:

> "...If you are just looking for a product that will address
> versioning and change-control, there are quite a few open-source solutions
> available that are highly supported and really top-tier as far as
> functionality and stability."

Hi Steven,

We're currently struggling with our CMS (long story; it was purchased before my
team got here and it's what we have so we're working with it), and I'd be
interested in more information about these open-source versioning and
change-control solutions - could you forward some product names or websites
that I could check out for more details?

Amy Dohlman


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