Web Content Management: A Collaborative Approach

Book review by Deane Barker
tags: content-management
Russell Nakano

I read this for historic context. At 13 years old, it’s not relevant, but it does reveal that managing files was really was CMS did back then. Most of the book is about how to manage files without overwriting people (the “collaborative approach”). This was written by the founder of Interwoven, and it makes me think Interwoven was far more of a source-code management system than it was a modern CMS.

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