NewsForge: Open Source Content Management Partnerships Are a Promising Sign
Jun 15, 2004, 00:30 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jay Lyman)
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"The tide may be turning in favor of open source software for
content management. Last month Computer Associates (CA) announced
it was establishing partnerships with Zope and Plone, two open
source content management organizations. CA is also releasing its
Ingres database, which will be available as a repository for Zope
and Plone, as open source. We asked Zope and Plone what the new
partnerships mean for the open source community.
"From Zope's point of view, the integration with CA's Ingres
database will be 'a big win for customers,' Zope Corp. CEO Rob Page
said in an email response to NewsForge..."