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Best free CMS software

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Best free CMS software

mihkel183
Can anyone suggest which are best free CMS software?

Ok I`ll explain.I would like to make a new intranet for one company and would like to know which cms is best for making intranet?
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    CaptBilly1Eye

    One place to check out would be opensourcecms.com. Also, I've heard good things about OpenCMS which is based on the J2EE platform. (opencms.org) You'll find a review of it at cmswatch.com.
    Good luck in your search.

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    mishrap

    You may try this site http://www.cmsmatrix.org to understand evaluate hundreds of open source CMS available. I would love to know if this information was of any help to you.

    Thanks

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    big_daddy71

    One of the main problems I have seen is that there is presumption of technical knowledge with the user/downloader of the cms/lms client application. I hate to break it to all you IT people, but more then 88% of the people needing them , while they may be educators and the like have no tech knowledge beyond using the computer. try using "Joomla or Moodle" with out knowing html, python etc. it is not going to happen.
    I too, am looking for a cms. I have no tech knowledge. I have been teaching fo more then 30 years but any deployment of courses of instruction was accomplished by a/n all together different departmant.

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    bob_steel

    Basic website like content is easily sorted with Joomla or Mambo: http://www.mamboserver.com/

    It's as full-featured as you may want and it's open source - Just takes a bit of work to get small tweaks done if you don't like what's offered.

    For a wiki-style site use MediaWiki: - http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki
    like what powers Wikipedia. I like it.

    Xwiki: http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome

    is a nice solution if you like Java rather than that new-fangled php malarkey. Some of the more up-to-date CMS systems like MediaWiki insist on PHP5 which isn't always available from every ISP. Java and Tomcat is well tested and nice and portable (Xwiki comes with an all-in-one package that will install on virtually anything)

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    info

    What you want is WebAPP CMS Portal.

    It is both open source, free CMS software and easy to modify and implement in different systems.

    You can find it here: http://www.web-app.net

    Good luck!

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    CaptBilly1Eye

    One place to check out would be opensourcecms.com. Also, I've heard good things about OpenCMS which is based on the J2EE platform. (opencms.org) You'll find a review of it at cmswatch.com.
    Good luck in your search.

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    mishrap

    You may try this site http://www.cmsmatrix.org to understand evaluate hundreds of open source CMS available. I would love to know if this information was of any help to you.

    Thanks

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    big_daddy71

    One of the main problems I have seen is that there is presumption of technical knowledge with the user/downloader of the cms/lms client application. I hate to break it to all you IT people, but more then 88% of the people needing them , while they may be educators and the like have no tech knowledge beyond using the computer. try using "Joomla or Moodle" with out knowing html, python etc. it is not going to happen.
    I too, am looking for a cms. I have no tech knowledge. I have been teaching fo more then 30 years but any deployment of courses of instruction was accomplished by a/n all together different departmant.

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    bob_steel

    Basic website like content is easily sorted with Joomla or Mambo: http://www.mamboserver.com/

    It's as full-featured as you may want and it's open source - Just takes a bit of work to get small tweaks done if you don't like what's offered.

    For a wiki-style site use MediaWiki: - http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki
    like what powers Wikipedia. I like it.

    Xwiki: http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome

    is a nice solution if you like Java rather than that new-fangled php malarkey. Some of the more up-to-date CMS systems like MediaWiki insist on PHP5 which isn't always available from every ISP. Java and Tomcat is well tested and nice and portable (Xwiki comes with an all-in-one package that will install on virtually anything)

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    info

    What you want is WebAPP CMS Portal.

    It is both open source, free CMS software and easy to modify and implement in different systems.

    You can find it here: http://www.web-app.net

    Good luck!