[thelist] opinions on CMS solutions

Megan Holbrook meganwh at wi.rr.com
Mon Apr 25 20:30:57 CDT 2005

BTW - if you are looking farther (further?) afield into open source, we 
did quite a bit of research and chose Zope/Plone for two sites, and are 
just about to embark on using Mambo for another two. Lot of relative 
advantages and disadvantages to each open source CMS so it's key to 
choose the right one for your project (you can start at www.cmswatch.com 
or www.cmsmatrix.org for comparisons), but hey, it's hard to beat the 

;) M.

pouncyisdead wrote:

> I know that this is a commonly asked question, but, do any of you have a
> recommendation for a low-cost, xhtml-valid, content management system? My
> small company is looking for a CMS that includes support for versioning, and
> syndication.
> About us: we are a sports information group with 4 medium sites running on a
> single windows 2003 server. We've looked into Vignette, Cm3, Documentum and
> Acuity, but were unhappy with the total costs. Sadly, must of the free
> offerings (DotNetNuke, Rainbow) didn't seem robust enough for the constant
> updates and reports that we do each day.
> Mike Pouncy [Technical Supervisor] 
> [WEB]-[http://fpbe.com] [MSN]-[pouncy_1 at hotmail.com]

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