Daisy CMS / Open Source CMS

Subject: Daisy CMS / Open Source CMS
From: Patryk Korman <patryk -dot- korman -at- native-instruments -dot- de>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2010 11:29:11 +0100

Out of curiosity, has anyone of you used Daisy as a document management
and single sourcing tool? If you were involved in a "Daisy for
documentation" project, how does it translate from the web to the
documentation realm? You had a hard time with customizing (user-rights
management, xslt script design/customization)? Any experience with other
open source cms tools for doc purposes?

In general, is the future of CMS in open source, what do you think? I'd
like to believe that, but up until now I haven't found an open source
tool capable of what the commercial products can do, there's always
drawbacks (or you'd have to have at least two full-time coders working
for months to make stuff work).

Best wishes,

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