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http://livestreetcms.com/[edit]

http://livestreetcms.com/ (written in php, according to there Github place: https://github.com/livestreet/livestreet) — Preceding unsigned comment added by ShalokShalom (talkcontribs) 15:15, 26 March 2016 (UTC)


not content with Info on Typo3[edit]

In the cell with the databases, there are MySQL,Oracle and PostgreSQL equally listed. That miss the fact, that the main database is MySQL and the other are only additional. While it is perhaps possible to skip MysQL, it is a good choice to "shot yourself in the foot". I recommend to clarify it with: MySQL(main) Oracle,Postgresql(additional). 87.163.153.202 (talk) 19:59, 7 June 2014 (UTC)

Fedora Commons Removal[edit]

Fedora Commons should be removed from this list. It is not a CMS. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 108.162.142.184 (talk) 21:38, 24 June 2013 (UTC)

X mark.svg Not done but this request points out a weakness in the Content management system article. I suspect there are many people that would state or believe that a CMS must include publishing, editing and modifying content. However, the CMS article allows for use of the term "CMS" to also apply to digital asset management systems (DAM) which are systems that typically do not provide for publishing, editing or modifying content. Fedora Commons is a DAM and so ended up being included on the list of content management systems.
One option is to move nearly everything in this article to List of web content management systems leaving the few CMS systems that are not web content management systems in this article.
FWIW, there's also List of content management frameworks where the article content is worded to restrict the use of the phrase "content management" as only being for managing web content. --Marc Kupper|talk 03:36, 20 August 2015 (UTC)

Request edit[edit]

Please add Contentverse to both SaaS and Proprietary sections. www.contentverse.com. For SaaS - Name - Contentverse Web - Licensed version available - Yes, last stable version 2013, Web Content Management - yes, Group Content Management - yes, Enterprise Content Management - Yes. For Proprietary section - Name - Contentverse, Platform - Java, Supported databases - Oracle and SQL Server, Latest stable release 8.0, Licenses - Proprietary software, Latest release date - 2013, Web Content Management - Yes, Group Web Content Management - Yes, Enterprise Content Management - Yes.

I notice that this particular list article specifically says that it's a list of "notable" content management systems, but the Computhink Wikipedia article (the developers of ContentVerse) says they have less than 100 employees. When I do a quick Google search for lists of content management systems[1][2] ContentVerse doesn't seem to come up in other lists of CMS systems. I believe when/if the company grows it may become large enough for inclusion, but at the moment, the list doesn't appear to be intended to be comprehensive and the company doesn't appear to be notable. CorporateM (Talk) 15:33, 30 July 2013 (UTC)

Edit request on 28 September 2013[edit]

Please add SiteFinity from the Proprietary section. www.sitefinity.com. Platform - ASP.NET, Supported databases - Oracle and SQL Server, MySQL, Latest stable release 6.2, Licenses - Proprietary software, Latest release date - 2013, Web Content Management - Yes, Group Web Content Management - Yes, Enterprise Content Management - Yes. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 124.149.184.120 (talk) 13:25, 18 November 2013 (UTC)

|IBM FileNet Content Management |Java |Oracle, DB2, MSSQL |5.2 |Proprietary software |2013 | Yes | Yes | Yes Haides.di (talk) 13:38, 28 September 2013 (UTC)

Not done for now: Are you asking for an update to the "IBM Enterprise Content Management" line in the Proprietary software section (which links to this article), or for a new entry? If the former, we can proceed, but keeping the same name as now. If the latter, please note that there is an HTML comment in the article saying:

This is a list of NOTABLE CMSs, as judged by the existence of articles on Wikipedia. Please don’t add external links or wikilinks to nonexistent articles – instead, write an article to demonstrate notability. CMS without articles, redlinks, external links, and links to articles that aren’t about the CMS in question will be pruned periodically. Fill in the background info too, please, to make this article useful. Thanks.

so the right thing to do would first be to create such an article, then add the table entry. If you'd like to reply here, don't forget to change "answered=yes" to "answered=no" in the edit request to flag it for further attention. --Stfg (talk) 11:48, 5 October 2013 (UTC)

zotonic version update[edit]

Zotonic info is outdated. Current is 0.9.4, released 2013-09-22

Old info:

   -
   |Zotonic
   |Erlang
   |PostgreSQL
   |0.9.1
   |Apache
   |2013-03-14[1]

New info should be:

   -
   |Zotonic
   |Erlang
   |PostgreSQL
   |0.9.4
   |Apache
   |2013-09-22[2]

Source of information:

http://zotonic.com/docs/0.9/dev/releasenotes/rel_0.9.4.html

46.254.141.159 (talk) 13:01, 18 November 2013 (UTC)

Done Jackmcbarn (talk) 14:10, 18 November 2013 (UTC)

References

Edit request on 26 November 2013[edit]

We'd like to add Novius OS in the Open source software section (PHP sub-section) if possible.

Name Platform Supported databases Latest stable release Licenses Latest release date
Novius OS PHP Mysql Chiba 2.2 AGPLv3 2013-10-14[1]

References

http://www.novius-os.org/en/ — Preceding unsigned comment added by Shaoshiva (talkcontribs) 10:42, 26 November 2013 (UTC)

Done. In future you'll be able to maintain the entry yourself, as the protection on the page has expired now. Please take care to add new talk page sections to the end of the page (the New Section link helps you with this) and to sign your talk page posts by typing ~~~~ at the end. --Stfg (talk) 11:14, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

Page notice added[edit]

Template:Editnotices/Page/List of content management systems - hopefully it'll achieve anything at all over the eternal redlinks - David Gerard (talk) 09:10, 26 January 2014 (UTC)

David Gerard and MrX, I did not even notice the editnotice as WP keeps tossing up notices about elections or whatever meaning I tend to ignore text surrounded by a box at the top of a page. A scan of the edits since January 2014 shows that people have needed to remove links to entries without articles roughly 50 times in 18 months. On 23 February 2015‎ there's an edit-comment "Doesn't anyone read the huge edit notice that says: ..."
I'm wondering if adding background-color:yellow; to the headerstyle parameter would help or if the editors that have added lines about non-notable CMS systems have seen and ignored the editnotice. --Marc Kupper|talk 01:32, 20 August 2015 (UTC)
Like this?
It may work, or editors may ignore it too. - MrX 01:47, 20 August 2015 (UTC)
That got my attention, or rather, panic as I wondered if I had accidentally included the template on the talk page when I wrote the initial message. :-) Adding | style = border: thick dashed red; gives it a bit more pop. --Marc Kupper|talk 02:47, 20 August 2015 (UTC)
Annoyingly, getting MediaWiki to add a function to send an electric shock through the keyboard of anyone adding a redlink to this article is, inexplicably, unlikely to be implemented - David Gerard (talk) 09:24, 20 August 2015 (UTC)