PluggedOut CMS is a powerful thin client "Content Management System". Its featureset rivals and often exceeds expensive commercial solutions. PluggedOut CMS is already being used in several large corporate projects. Its features include a full administration interface, seperation of content from pages, multi-user administration, authoring and security, version control, timed content, templating, workflow approval of content, page and content meta-data, scripted content, page caching, document management, and a full HTTP based API for migrating external systems to the CMS.
released on 2 March 2005
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 16 March 2005.
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