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Re: searching for content management system with semantic web 2.0 features

From: Leo Sauermann <leo.sauermann@dfki.de>
Date: Mon, 02 Feb 2009 11:49:58 +0100
Message-ID: <4986CFD6.1050005@dfki.de>
To: Adrien Di Mascio <adrien.dimascio@logilab.fr>
CC: semantic-web@w3.org
Dear Semantic Webbers,

We looked at a lot of systems, and narrowed down to a few that
show a commercial/opensource model and that seem
to have a big install base.

Silva
http://infrae.com/products/silva
LiveRay Portal
http://www.liferay.com/web/guest/products/portal
SocialText
www.socialtext.com
Drupal
http://drupal.org/
Bricolage
http://bricolage.cc/
Jahia
http://www.jahia.com/jahia/Jahia
Cyn.in
http://www.cynapse.com/products/cynin/editions/open-source-community-edition

 From them, Drupal fits my requirements best (from my current pov)
Therere, I am not going to look deeper into others:
www.php-fusion.co.uk
http://foswiki.org/
http://www.joomla.org/
http://www.kablink.org/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ubicollab/
http://sourceforge.net/projects/coefficient/
http://lenya.apache.org/
http://loomp.org/
http://www.krangcms.com/
http://www.xoops.org
http://typo3.org/
 http://xims.info/
http://www.openeditdam.com/
http://virtuoso.openlinksw.com/wiki/main/Main
http://www.opencms.org
http://www.jboss.com/products/platforms/portals

I will not look more into Typo3 and Joomla because they are
in the same pond as drupal, and there is slightly better rdf support in 
drupal.

Although some are very nice they miss some requirements,
for example virtuoso is an excellent platform, but not geared towards cms.
or jboss is well known as application server, but the portals are a bit
too complicated compared to simple php cms-es.

for the same reason I will also not look much into cubicweb,
but I am very thankful that you mentioned it -
I was never aware of it before!
you should advertise it better, it is an important project.

will keep you updated,

best
Leo


It was Adrien Di Mascio who said at the right time 30.01.2009 18:24 the 
following words:
> Hi there,
>
> Sorry for the (very) late response.
>
>   
>> we are searching (for the http://www.organik-project.eu) for a CMS that 
>> supports semantic web 2.0 features, which we roughly define as:
>> * the typical CMS features of managing content, users, groups, access, 
>>  rendering, site navigation, beautyful websites
>>     
>
> Let me suggest http://www.cubicweb.org/ 
>
> The project started 8 years ago, and is now released under LGPL since december 
> 2008. It is very mature and stable (used in production in quite a few 
> places), and still being developed. You'll find a short summary on the 
> homepage.
>
>   
>> * blogging
>> * wiki
>> * tagging
>> * RSS feeds
>> * bookmarklet & adding websites as content (= delicious.com like features)
>> * full text indexing
>> * RDF support
>>     
>
> All those features are available. A few other semantic thingies should be here 
> really soon (like OWL or FOAF support).
>
>   
>> And some good algorithms:
>> * social tagging recommendations (= based on your tags, you may be 
>> interested in...)
>> * semantic search (= taxonomies, multiple labels, query expansion)
>>     
>
> CubicWeb support tags. It has a high-level query language, named RQL
> which is not that different from SPARQL. You can find some doc / examples 
> here : http://www.cubicweb.org/doc/en/C040-rql.en.html
>
> Cheers,
>
>   


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