SIGIA-L Mail Archives: [Sigia-l] Content management software recommendation?
[Sigia-l] Content management software recommendation?
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Dariane Hunt wrote:
>[Forwarded because of formatting. Dick Hill]
>I apologize if this question has already been posted to the list many times
>but I just re-joined after being off for the past 6 months:
>Content Management Software recommendation: I generally develop admin
>interfaces to manage content from scratch so my knowledge of off-the-shelf
>content management solutions is no longer current. Does anyone have
>experience with and/or can recommend a content management system that can do
>-- version control and revision: keeping previous versions of content so we
>can quickly revert or reuse content
>-- scheduling and expiration: be able to work on and schedule content that
>is future dated, for instance when content needs to change during
>non-business hours, so that it happens automatically
>-- workflow and approval: be able to assign roles and responsibilities as
>well as an approval path with preview capabilities
>-- separation of content from presentation: fully separate the content from
>the presentation and styles so the content can be accessed and
>repurposed; for example content could be used by the public site and by the
>member site but display differently based on context or business rules
>Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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