Tools for aggregating, managing, and disseminating "Content." Publishing, replicating, and sharing content in different formats, managing workflow and authorizations and defining content elements.
Créé en novembre 2000, Boomtchak est un site coopératif ŕ but non lucratif. Envie de savoir qui nous sommes, nos motivations, envie de participer ŕ la vie du site, au développement des CMS?
Capterra's Content Management Hub includes a directory of software products, research, and other useful resources. An RFP that you fill in is sent to CM vendors.
Covers Commercial and Free Systems separately.
An independent source of information, news, opinions, articles, links and events about content management systems.
Discussion threads on major CMS topics gleaned from the old CMS-List (before january 2004), and now the new CMS mailing list. CMS vendor forums are arranged in a taxonomy by license, class of CMS, and Framework. Also has a CMS News aggregator with feeds from 17 syndicated news and blog sites covering CMS and IA worldwide.
Information on over 80, mostly open-source, mostly free CMS.
CMS Info provides individual forums for each CMS, and gerneates one of the industries important RSS news feeds.
Was the best mailing list on CMS. A dozen messages a day. Down since January 2004. Hope it is back soon. Archived at incutio.com.
Portal de Información y recursos sobre Content Management y Gestión Documental.
CMS News reports, and publishers of the well-regarded CMS Report, which reviews the field and 22 CMS in depth. $895 (non-profit discounts available)
A Wiki for the CMS Community
Content management news, commentary, and product information.
In this survey with a chart by Mark Surman, CMS are divided into four groups, CM Frameworks, Page-based systems, Module-based systems, and Content-object systems.
|Content 500 Plus
Content Magazine's Content 500 Plus directory defines the key stakeholders in digital content creation, management, distribution, and presentation. It is the most comprehensive listing of the major content creation/distribution organizations as well as those technology and infrastructure companies that provide tools and services.
|Content Manager (Europe)
Aims to assist the total CMS novice, who has not had any contact with the sector, as well as provide those 'in the know' with a point of discussion on topics such as 'personalisation', syndication, XML, templates etc.
|Content Manager (Germany)
Das Portal für Web-Professionals. Seit mehr als zwei Jahren ist Contentmanager.de das etablierte, deutsche Portal für alle Themen rund um Content Management, Portal Management und den Einsatz professioneller Software in Inter-, Intra- und Extranets.
A Canadian site. Interviews with leading experts. Knowledge base. Resources.
A UK site, with two relevant mailing lists, one on CMS, and one on online syndication.
|DMOZ Directory Content Management
Hundreds of companies offering CMS products.
Gerry McGovern is an internationally-acclaimed content management consultant, author and speaker. He provides support in achieving best practice in web content management.
The Gilbane Report newsletter covers content management, XML, e-catalogs, intranet publishing, content computing architectures, markup languages, information integration, corporate portals, and enterprise search.
|Google Directory Content Management
A slightly different look at the DMOZ directory.
Hartman Communicatie geeft advies over het communicatiebeleid rondom webprojecten, het ontwikkelen van een functioneel ontwerp en het inrichten van het content management.
A French blog with an excellent list of CMS.
Homepage for Bob Boiko's classic Content Management Bible.
|OSCOM Open Source Content Management
A group encouraging interoperability standards between open-source CMS. Two new XML WYSIWYG editors were introduced at their conference in Berkeley October 2002.
A freelance programmer, writer, and XML researcher, specializing in databases and schemas, with a list of XML database products and XML-based CMS.
|Step Two (Australia)
James Robertson's Step Two Designs was established in early 1996 to provide consultancy services in the areas of SGML/XML development, HTML authoring, and general programming. It has now grown into a knowledge management consultancy.
Dave Krupinski's links to articles and viewpoints on content management.
A number of Content Management Systems (CMS) setup and evaluated.