Date: Thursday, July 25
Time: 10:45am - 12:15pm
Location: Marina III
In recent times, a fair number of Perl Content Management Systems have seen the light of day, with more being developed. There is a reason for this diversity: the one-size-fits-all approach of a great many Content Management Systems has been their downfall. However, matching the growing number of available solutions to problems can be a challenging task.
The goal of this talk is to compare several -- though obviously not all -- Perl CMSs (Slash, XIMS, Bricolage, etc.) with a specific focus on advantages that each different approach provide.
We will be looking at various aspects of content management including (but not limited to) versioning, access control, multiple-support publishing, workflow management, etc. as well as at the rich set of techniques used by each of these systems (templating approaches, document repositories, DAV, XML, etc.).