Have a good CMS tool you'd recommend? Are you a commercial Domino CMS vendor looking for exposure? Either way the Atlanta Lotus Users Group (ATLUG) is lookinh for a Domino based CMS tool to host their new site on.

A couple of requirements:
1.        Ability to create content from both Notes and web
2.        Firefox, IE and Safari compliant
3.        Free (or free with your logo and link if you'd like some exposure for a commercial product)
4.        Easy to post attachments
5.        Easy to change look and feel via CSS
Darren Duke   |   January 12 2009 06:43:05 AM   |    domino  atlug    |  
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1 - Ed Maloney       01/12/2009 9:29:55 AM

CMS is a space where Domino should be a major player. Quickr is a capable CMS tool, but the licensing is prohibitive (especially when compared to the excellent Open Source options). I have been looking for the Domino equivalent to Alfresco, Plone or Joomla, but there doesn't seem to be anything out there.

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2 - Ben Poole    http://benpoole.com    01/12/2009 10:09:46 AM

Struturo is one of the better-known web CMS products for Domino. Don't know how it fares on the Notes side though:

{ http://www.struturo.com }

There are also a number of open-source CMS systems out there. For example, Dominoblog and Blogsphere!

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3 - Patrick Kwinten    http://quintessens.wordpress.com    01/12/2009 4:04:47 PM

they can not give a pricing structure for their product? what a bullshit!

it looks to me they sit waiting to calculate your a mist of licenses.

any joomla shop can give you the price of using their templates / cms solutions.

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5 - Darren Duke    http://blog.darrenduke.net    01/13/2009 1:31:58 PM

Looks like BlogSphere is the winner. We'll try that.

Thanks everyone.

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6 - Sjaak Ursinus    http://www.socialsoftwareblog.nl    01/14/2009 9:07:15 AM

Whu not using the Blog Template deliverd standaard with domino ?

All our Domino Based websites running on this template. look at www.ilionx.com for instance or ics.ilionx.com.

You will see all is possible with the blog template.