7:00 Check in and networking
7:30 Panel and discussion
9:00 Drinks continue
Today there exists many viable open source web content management systems. The February Web Content Mavens meeting will examine some of important issues (licensing, documentation, training, support, community, scalability, customizability) surrounding the most popular projects (Drupal, Joomla, WordPress, TextPattern, Alfresco & Magnolia).
The discussion will be moderated by Scott Mendenhall and will feature the following panelists:
Keith Casey from Casey Software (http://caseysoftware.com/) on Drupal (http://drupal.org/)
Antonio Chagoury from Inspector IT (http://www.inspectorit.com/) on DotNetNuke (http://www.dotnetnuke.com/)
Scott Davis from Alfresco (http://www.alfresco.com/)on Alfresco WCM (http://www.alfresco.com/products/solutions/ecm/wcm/)
Boris Kraft from Magnolia (http://www.magnolia.info/en/magnolia.html) on Magnolia (http://www.magnolia.info/en/products/community-edition.html)
Joe LeBlanc (http://www.jlleblanc.com/) on Joomla! (http://www.joomla.org/)
Martin Ringlein from nclud (http://nclud.com/) on WordPress (http://wordpress.org/)and TextPattern (http://www.textpattern.com/)
This meeting is sponsored by NavigationArts (http://navigationarts.com/), Magnolia (http://www.magnolia.info/en/magnolia.html), and Content Here (http://www.contenthere.net/).
Content Here delivers analyst and consulting services focusing on content technologies. Content Here has recently published a report called Open Source Web Content Management in Java (use discount code "mavens" for $150 off the list price of $800). To purcase, visit http://www.contenthere.net/reports/jwcm.html