An introduction to Wagtail, a flexible Django CMS currently available.
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Microweber aims to take the complexity out of building a website, online shop, or blog, through a combination of drag-and-drop UI and real-time, WYSIWYG site edits.
A key factor in the evolution of content management systems is open source development, which has contributed to the transformation in several ways.
Dealing with many different viewpoints can be a challenge for many open source community moderators. Moodle's Samantha Gartner explains how her team prioritizes feature requests and manages community feedback.
A common disease of software development is the "not-invented-here" syndrome, a tendency to write new implementations instead of leveraging existing solutions. We then just write it as part of the application we're currently building, thinking it's a small thing. Over time, such helper or utility... Read more
Throwing away something that worked was crazy, don’t you think? It raised quite a few eyebrows back then, but time has passed and we're very happy with our decision.
Want to transition to a new content management system? Drupal is open source CMS that is free, secure, and has a talented developer network. Answer these 4 questions before working with a Drupal migration company to ease the transition to an open source content management system.
Welcome to the Opensource.com Top 5! Every week I bring you the best of what we've published this week. It's always five articles, about five most interesting open source stories from around the globe.
Development projects are expensive, and, across the board, news media are struggling to properly monetize their digital investments, and revenues are being squeezed relentlessly. Even the biggest names with generous resources can come unstuck to the tune of tens of millions, often with nothing to... Read more