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Subject: RE: DOCBOOK-APPS: RE: Any CMSs that use DocBook?

A commercial product that you can evaluate online:


SiberSafe comes with some support for publishing DocBook out-of-the-box.

kind regards
Peter Ring

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Delaney [mailto:Dionysos@Dionysia.org]
Sent: 20. august 2002 20:36
To: docbook-apps@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: DOCBOOK-APPS: RE: Any CMSs that use DocBook?

I guess I should have been more specific. I'd really like an open source
CMS, so that I can modify it to my needs.

The main thing though, is that the actaul content for all of the pages be
stored in DocBook format.

I agree about the term "CMS" being abused. There are so many different types
apps out there all calling themselves CMSs. But then, I guess that's no
different from pretty much every other tech term--I've actually heard
standard 1U rack mount servers referred to as "blade" servers! Eeeeek!

 Dan Delaney, Senior Programmer, Power Creative
 (502) 297-6632, DDelaney@PowerCreative.com
 The Power of Ideas. The Resources to Deliver.
 Visit us at:  http://www.powercreative.com 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Buss, Jason A [mailto:jabuss@cessna.textron.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 12:18 PM
> Actually, both Arbortext's EPIC and Softquad XMetal come with DocBook.
> As far as CMS goes, I don't know of any that will just 
> "handle" DocBook out of the box.
> The concept of a CMS has been so overly used (and abused) by software
> vendors, I would count on having to integrate a DocBook 
> "awareness" into any CMS you invest in.

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