At the TEI we use OpenCMS, I think it is fair to say with mixed enthusiasm.
Hilde Bøe wrote:
> Hello all,
> this question is a bit off TEI-topic, I guess, but I still post it
> here because I would like advice and experiences from people who have
> used a cms with TEI encoded material just like we are about to do.
> The eMunch website will contain mostly TEI files, transformations of
> these to html and jpegs of Munch's texts. The plan is to publish a low-
> cost, open source, free website building as much as possible using free
> open source solutions and ensuring that it will be possible for the
> museum to keep the site updated in the years to come.
> So far we have planned to collect all our xml files in the eXist xml
> database, while keeping the jpegs in a regular folder system (linking
> to them via references in the xml files). The html files will also be
> kept in a regular folder system.
> We are starting to realise that placing a cms on top of this seems
> useful and sensible, and we have begun to look at Plone, symfony,
> Drupal and Joomla! but we do feel the need to hear what others have
> Do you have any recommendations regarding cms?
> Why do you recommend using/not using a cms or a particular cms?
> I'd be very grateful to hear from any of you, it'd be very helpful for
> Best regards, Hilde BÃ¸e
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> eMunch http://www.emunch.no/index_eng.htm
> The Munch Museum http://www.munch.museum.no/?id=&mid=&lang=en
> Oslo, Norway