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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by Nik Silver tagged cms

"The future is uncertain for Ellington, the content management system designed by a news organization for news organizations. Ten people working on the project were laid off this week." Oh dear. When the chips are down the non-essentials are cut.

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Short and sweet. I can only say "yes" to everything Kevin writes... "I have to say that I’m a bit baffled by a $975,000 grant from the Knight Foundation to the Bay Citizen and the Texas Tribune, two very well funded non-profit news organisations in the US. The goal is to create a nimble open-source content management system. I guess WordPress or Drupal, just to name two open-source content management systems, didn’t fit the bill."

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"As part of the BBC News site refresh we have been making substantial changes to the underlying systems that manage and publish the content.

The BBC has one of the oldest and largest websites on the internet and one of the goals of the update to the News site was to also update some of the core systems that manage content for all our interactive services.

In this post I'll highlight a few areas where we have made some important changes."

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"My thanks to Charles Arthur at the Guardian for picking up my piece last week on the apparent commitment to using open source for government websites. In the same article, he notes an FOI request which reveals that the costs behind the admittedly quite pretty website for the new Supreme Court." £360,000 for a website for the Supreme Court. If we knew what it was doing in the background it would be easier to determine how much of an overspend that was. But still, there are some basics missing.

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Views in Drupal allows you to construct content lists and tables of varying kinds, updated automatically: "The Views module provides a flexible method for Drupal site designers to control how lists and tables of content (nodes in Views 1, almost anything in Views 2) are presented. [...] This tool is essentially a smart query builder that, given enough information, can build the proper query, execute it, and display the results."

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"The Telegraph technical team has moved their blogs to the open-source blogging platform WordPress, also used by Reuters, the New York Times and CNN."

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Excellent piece by Steve Yelvington on getting the variety/consistency balance right with CMS templates.

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Open source Digg-a-like using PHP and MySQL

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