[thelist] Good Mid-Range CMS Options?

Tim Palac tymartist at gmail.com
Wed Oct 17 10:16:35 CDT 2007

Sorry I forgot to mention that we're looking for vendor software, since
we're going to need a bunch of help, consulting, and support.

And also, we're going to be running on a .NET platform, so PHP is sort of
out of the question (needs to be .NET or Platform-Independent)


On 10/17/07, Fred Jones <fredthejonester at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hopefully you can help me out - The organization I work for, a small
> > non-profit (75 people or so) is looking for a new CMS.  We're currently
> > running PaperThin's CommonSpot (yuck!) and looking to move to a similar
> > mid-range application.  It would preferrably be something that supports
> > XML/XSLT and works well when integrating with a back end AMS (database).
> For NPO check out: http://civicrm.org/
> I recommend running it on http://drupal.org/ , an excellent all-purpose
> CMS, which has XML/XLST and is infinitely expandable with modules.
> Fred
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