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What’s New In Open Source CMS?

by Naresh Sarwan on April 1, 2010

CMS Wire’s Dee-Ann LeBlanc provides April’s round-up of the latest releases from their featured open source content management vendors.

“Welcome to the April installment of our what’s coming from the open source projects in the next month… Alfresco Software is currently accepting registrations for their spring meetups in Paris, New York and London… In March, DotNetNuke released DotNetNuke Professional, Elite and Premier Editions version 5.3. New features for this version include: A new taxonomy system, allowing administrators to create an unlimited vocabularies of terms to associate with pages or modules (all versions); New user profile forms supporting templates for simple layout customization and allowing users to upload photos (all versions); A new messaging repository and API offering both real-time and batch delivery, with an inbox for viewing messages and administrative tools for message management (all versions)” [Read More]

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