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Re: [seul-edu] Site tools for Schoolforge

One more: Metadot

On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, Doug Loss wrote:

> More:
> http://www.rot13.org/~dpavlin/docman.html
> Document Manager is a document management system with the ability to
> check-in/check-out documents, track changes, and support multiple
> users. It supports all usual operations (rename, delete, view, edit)
> and comes with optional support for a secure HTTP server.
> http://www.cyber4.org/kumera/
> Kumera is a Perl and XML-based content management system for Web
> sites. It is designed for small to medium size Web sites that need
> multiple users writing and editing pages.
> http://www.mioga.org
> Mioga is a groupware application suitable for Intranet use. All the
> functionality of Mioga can be reached through any HTML browser. The
> interface is designed with HTML templates which allow the look and
> feel and the ergonomics of Mioga to be fully and easily
> customizable.  It is written in Perl and uses PostgreSQL database.
> http://www.hklc.com/midgard_manual/
> Nadmin is an user-friendly interface to the Open Source Midgard
> content management engine. Midgard provides organizations with
> cost-effective ways of creating and maintaining their site in a
> controllable distributed environment. With Nadmin, marketing
> departments and product teams have the tools for producing and
> communicating content to the corporate Web sites and the world at
> large. Distributed content production provides faster time-to-market
> for product communication. Key features include full publishing, a
> dynamic content managment enviroment, Rapid Application Development,
> and domain and email integration.
> http://www.opencms.org/opencms/opencms/index.html
> The OpenCms project is an effort to create the first professional -
> level Open Source Content Management System (CMS). OpenCms allows a
> company to maintain a website with little or no help by an external
> agency or internet professional. To achieve this, OpenCms hides the
> complexity that is still involved when publishing in the Internet.
> Departments and individual users can thus concentrate on creating
> the content for the website, and publish it in an easy and intuitive
> way.
> http://phpreview.nl.linux.org/
> phpReview is a complete, free reviewing system with data storage
> support for MySQL, MySQL-InnoDB, and PostgreSQL.
> http://www.uzine.net/spip
> SPIP is an open-source, free publication system on the Internet,
> mainly targetted at individuals, informal groups, and non-profit
> organizations. It allows contributive writing and managing of Web
> sites having a magazine-like structure (i.e., articles and short
> stories contained in nested sections), while not needing any HTML
> skills (except for defining the layout templates).
> http://www.plainblack.com/index.pl/webgui
> WebGUI is a platform built to allow average business users to build
> and maintain complex Web sites. It is modular, pluggable, and
> platform independent. It was designed to allow the people who create
> the content, to manage it online, rather than content management
> taking up the time of busy IT Staff. Whether you are building a
> consumer site, an intranet, or an extranet, WebGUI has something to
> offer.
> --
> Doug Loss                 Always do right.  This
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> dloss@bloomu.edu                Mark Twain