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Is it possible to migrate data between any two of the most popular open source CMS systems?

Is it possible to migrate data between any two of the most popular open source CMS systems? {The reasons for this rather odd request follow} [more inside]
posted by signal on Aug 16, 2004 - 4 answers

Free CMS Recommendation

CMS Recommendation: I need to develop a web site for a client which will allow them to easily update the frontpage news items, and also add / edit product descriptions within a category-tree, as well as having other static content. While my background lies more in design than development, I have done some minor programming in actionscript, php, etc., and am looking at this as an opportunity to learn new skills.
What free (really free, no licensing, no nothing), basic-to-midlevel CMS would you recommend for an architect/web designer/nascent-developer to cut his teeth on?
posted by signal on Apr 1, 2004 - 12 answers

What opensource CMS would you recommend for ease of use, robustness, and customizability?

Some of the answers I got to this post made me think about developing cheap, easy-to-use interactive Intranets for various corporate clients (a la this), based on opensource CMS and/or blogware, thus eliminating licensing fees and saving a bundle on programming costs / time. I am looking for advice on what application to use. [more inside] [more inside]
posted by signal on Jan 30, 2004 - 6 answers

Recommend a CMS for my client

I need a small scale content management thingie which will allow a large corporate client to easily update news items on their homepage, something simple where they just drop in a file into a folder and it shows up as a 1 line link on the homepage with a link to the full article.
posted by signal on Jan 20, 2004 - 8 answers

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