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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Liferay, Inc., provider of Liferay Portal, the world’s leading enterprise open source portal, recently announced the availability of Liferay Portal Enterprise Edition (EE). The new commercially licensed version of the award-winning open source product, which is offered by subscription with guaranteed long-term support and maintenance, provides organizations a low risk alternative for adopting... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Have you been waiting for an opportunity to transfer your blog from one format to another but have had to hold back because of time constraints or too much content? Well look no further than the new Google Blog Converters Project launched by the brilliant minds of the Google Data Liberation team.From the website:This new Open Source project provides the ability to easily move blog posts and... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Spoonlabs is proud to announce the arrival of 4.1 version of its flagship content management platform to its growing community of webmasters, developers, design studios, entrepreneurs and technology partners.Vivvo CMS is an intuitive content management system atop a powerful programming framework, empowering numerous industry leading online newspapers, magazines, journals, and TV and radio... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Finally, the day is upon us. WordPress 2.7 has been released to the public and is now available for immediate download from WordPress.org. This latest version features some interesting changes such as a redesigned administrative interface and improved drag and drop dashboard layout. Beautiful isn't it? Here's an into... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

January 24, 2009

Microsoft has released an early version of Oxite, it's Open-source Content Management App geared towards developers who build large blogs or expansive websites.A simple blog engine written using ASP.NET MVC, and is designed with two main goals:To provide a sample of ‘core blog functionality' in a reusable fashion. Blogs are simple and well understood by many developers, but the set of... Read More →

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