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The Twilight of the CMS | TPM Media Labs
The publishing world is full of content management horror stories. Those who have survived Cthonic publishing monstrosities such as “The Legacy Java Platform”, “Our Little Fork of Moveable Type” or “The In-house Academic Language Backend” will talk at length about their trials.
hinton  tpm  cms  publishing  from delicious
july 2011 by tysone
Stacey, Simplified portfolios
Stacey is an easier way to create a portfolio site.
No database setup or installation files, simply drop the application on a server and it runs. Your content is managed by creating folders and editing text files. No login screens, no ‘cms’.
cms  portfolio 
september 2009 by tysone
Building a Django CMS for the Spokesman Review | CoPress
For years, we’d been publishing on a fairly cluttered newspaper site running ASP and SQL Server. We were (and are) a pretty small staff, but in December we relaunched our main news site powered by Django ponies. I’ll share a bit about our development process - if you’re considering something similar, maybe you’ll find this helpful.
cms  django  newspapers 
april 2009 by tysone
The 5 hidden costs of running a CMS | Think Vitamin
Many think of a content management system as a magic bullet that solves all of their content woes. Unfortunately the cost of a CMS is greater than its price tag. Before making a decision about whether to adopt a CMS, or indeed which CMS to choose, you first need to be aware of the hidden costs. These include:
strategy  webdev  cms 
february 2009 by tysone
New Spokesman.com launches « Mastering Multimedia
This may be the most modern content management system deployed at newspaper today. Built from the ground up using the latest version of Django, our new CMS will allow us to display, create, and search content in ways we never could before.
django  cms  redesign 
december 2008 by tysone
Mike Davidson - Enterprise CMSes vs. Blog CMSes
True or false: Most major news organizations (e.g. The Washington Post, The Seattle Times, ESPN, etc) would be better off running their entire online publishing operations through a modified blogging platform (e.g. WordPress, Movable Type, Newsvine, or a
journalism  cms  django  webdev  newspapers 
july 2008 by tysone
Chyrp is a blogging engine designed to be very lightweight while retaining functionality. It is driven by PHP and MySQL (with some AJAX thrown in), and has a pimpin’ theme and module engine, so you can personalize it however you want.
blog  database  cms  php  opensource 
february 2008 by tysone

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