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LinuxProgramming: Digital Creations Announces Zope-Based Content Management Framework

Mar 12, 2001, 21:10 (0 Talkback[s])

"Digital Creations, developers of Zope, an Open Source Web application server, announces the release of its new Content Management Framework (CMF). CMF makes it easy to rapidly build content management systems so even non-technical users can maintain systems, safely speeding content creation and publication...."

"CMF enables the secure distribution of content to those responsible for maintenance and updates. Templates simplify the entire content creation process, which is managed through the Web. Role-based Permissions ensure proper implementation of content publication. Workflow, like other business rules, can be fully customized to fit the organization's rules. Version Tracking and Rollback capability ensure that any changes can be quickly and easily made, without impacting the rest of the site."

"CMF treats the three tiers of a Web site -- content, business rules and presentation -- as Managed Content, resulting in an extremely flexible system. Security, Permissions and Version Control can be applied to each layer separately. Changes can be made off-line, and rolled out immediately once approved. Multiple presentations are supported. Members can choose the look and feel they prefer. Business rules can be customized, and different groups can have different rules."

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