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daily link  Wednesday, August 27, 2003

Xoops: "XOOPS can be used as a reliable and user-friendly infrastructure for many types of small- to medium-sized content sites. "  XOOPS is an abbreviation of eXtensible Object Oriented Portal System.  Main site has news and discussions.
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Plone Opens Up Web Publishing:  eWeek test says "We found Plone, which can be downloaded at http://www.plone.org, to be an excellent system for creating and managing collaborative portals or Web sites or for building corporate intranet pages. It proved to be much more capable and flexible than the competing PHP-Nuke. And Plone --which runs on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows--is quite possibly the most easily deployed server application we've ever seen, open-source or commercial.

However, although Plone is consistently referenced on its site and in its documentation as a content management application, don't expect to use it like a high-end Web content management system such as those from Vignette Corp. and Documentum Inc. For high-level Web site content management implementations, Bricolage is a better open-source alternative. "

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