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How to choose an open source cms How to choose an open source cms Presentation Transcript

  • How to choose an open source CMS by Nate Aune (@natea) presented at BarCampBoston5 MIT Stata Center April 17, 2010
  • What are your website goals? • Improve your SEO • Make it easier for people to add/edit content • Create a document collaboration space • Provide content in multiple languages • Capture leads and post info to Salesforce • others?
  • Popular OSS CMSes
  • Important considerations
  • Important considerations • Community: resources, mailing lists, events, approachability
  • Important considerations • Community: resources, mailing lists, events, approachability • Extensibility: how many add-ons are available? how mature are they? are there add-ons available for what you need?
  • Important considerations • Community: resources, mailing lists, events, approachability • Extensibility: how many add-ons are available? how mature are they? are there add-ons available for what you need? • Scalability: if you expect your site to get a lot of traffic, will the system easily scale?
  • Important considerations • Community: resources, mailing lists, events, approachability • Extensibility: how many add-ons are available? how mature are they? are there add-ons available for what you need? • Scalability: if you expect your site to get a lot of traffic, will the system easily scale? • Language: PHP, Python, Ruby
  • Important considerations • Community: resources, mailing lists, events, approachability • Extensibility: how many add-ons are available? how mature are they? are there add-ons available for what you need? • Scalability: if you expect your site to get a lot of traffic, will the system easily scale? • Language: PHP, Python, Ruby
  • Idealware’s OSS CMS report http://bit.ly/osscms
  • http://cmsmatrix.org
  • Conduct evaluation of software • Each CMS can be downloaded for free • Put it in front of your non-technical users • Ask a question on the mailing list or IRC
  • Engage with a vendor • Guidance on which add-ons to use / which ones to avoid • Set things up in a best practice way • Assist with training your staff
  • Why Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress? • Wordpress is a good CMS for blogs • Joomla! is a good CMS for basic websites • Drupal is a good CMS for community sites
  • Why Plone?
  • Why Plone? • Python is a nicer language to work with than PHP
  • Why Plone? • Python is a nicer language to work with than PHP • Snapshots of configuration information with GenericSetup
  • Why Plone? • Python is a nicer language to work with than PHP • Snapshots of configuration information with GenericSetup • Repeatable deployments with buildout
  • Why Plone? • Python is a nicer language to work with than PHP • Snapshots of configuration information with GenericSetup • Repeatable deployments with buildout • Security is the best of any OSS CMS
  • Why Plone? • Python is a nicer language to work with than PHP • Snapshots of configuration information with GenericSetup • Repeatable deployments with buildout • Security is the best of any OSS CMS • Built-in scalability with Zeo
  • Why Plone? • Python is a nicer language to work with than PHP • Snapshots of configuration information with GenericSetup • Repeatable deployments with buildout • Security is the best of any OSS CMS • Built-in scalability with Zeo • Very capable document management system
  • Why Plone? • Python is a nicer language to work with than PHP • Snapshots of configuration information with GenericSetup • Repeatable deployments with buildout • Security is the best of any OSS CMS • Built-in scalability with Zeo • Very capable document management system • Multilingual and unicode support is excellent
  • Why Plone? • Python is a nicer language to work with than PHP • Snapshots of configuration information with GenericSetup • Repeatable deployments with buildout • Security is the best of any OSS CMS • Built-in scalability with Zeo • Very capable document management system • Multilingual and unicode support is excellent • Great community!
  • Thanks! Nate Aune - natea@jazkarta.com Twitter: natea Website: www.jazkarta.com Blog: blog.jazkarta.com