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Presentation on Salon.com's Content Management System

Scripting News pointed out that Ian Kallen of Salon.com gave a presentation about Salon's content management system at the O'Reilly Open Source Conference in July.

We think this is an excellent presentation, proceeding from general requirements for a content management system, to tools that can be used to construct such a system, to the way that Salon architected its publishing mechanisms.

We strongly recommend that CTDATA customers and others interested in implementing a high end content management system review this presentation. As we mentioned in a previous article about the Tea Content Management System, even if you don't implement the content management system that is being advocated, there is always something to learn from presentations like these.

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