Rails CMS - Testers Needed

I have finished a Ruby on Rails CMS for one of my recent projects, and I
am looking to release it as a general product.

Therefore I am looking for people who may want to be involved in
testing. Please let me know if you are interested.

http://www.legendcms.com

Many Thanks,

Mark D.

I’m trying to get our web “designer” to stop using Dreamweaver, and
seriously consider a CMS solution. Especially considering the number
of changes he is asked to make on a regular basis. I’d love to give
your CMS a try.

On 1/25/07, Mark D. [email protected] wrote:

Mark D.


Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.


Sterling A.
sterling [at] sterlinganderson.net
http://sterlinganderson.net/
608.239.8387

Sorry, I forgot to mention an email address:

info [at] legendcms.com

~ Mark D.

Legend CMS: Easy and powerful. In that order.
http://legendcms.com

your project looks nice, i have send u an email for more information
about your project and that i am interested to test it. also if we were
talking abour DW, does DW supports ruby on rails too?
Best Regards Dan,

Conrad T. wrote:

Hi Sterling, I believe that you confusing the goal of a CMS and
Dreamweaver. A content management system (CMS) organizes and manages
content. Also, Dreamweaver is an HTML/CSS authoring/development tool.
Most of the time one can
use both. For example, I use a CMS called Carma to manage both my
picture, video, and audio content on multiple sites. Then I’ll use DW
to construct the actual pages that this content will populate. Thus,
I would recommend obtaining SVN extension
for Dreamweaver to get your DW artifacts under version management.

Good luck,

-Conrad

Hi Sterling, I believe that you confusing the goal of a CMS and
Dreamweaver. A content management system (CMS) organizes and manages
content. Also, Dreamweaver is an HTML/CSS authoring/development tool.
Most of the time one can
use both. For example, I use a CMS called Carma to manage both my
picture, video, and audio content on multiple sites. Then I’ll use DW
to construct the actual pages that this content will populate. Thus,
I would recommend obtaining SVN extension
for Dreamweaver to get your DW artifacts under version management.

Good luck,

-Conrad

Adrian M. wrote:

Mark,

Your approach seems intresting. I would love to test your CMS.

Sincerely,

Adrian M.

Can you please send me an email to

info [at] legendcms.com

So I can get your email details, and add you to the testing group.

Thanks

~ Mark D.

Legend CMS: Easy and powerful. In that order.
http://legendcms.com

I’m not.

On 1/25/07, Conrad T. [email protected] wrote:

http://www.legendcms.com


Sterling A.
sterling [at] sterlinganderson.net
http://sterlinganderson.net/
608.239.8387

It would be nice to test your CMS. I’ll send you an email.

Mark,

Your approach seems intresting. I would love to test your CMS.

Sincerely,

Adrian M.

On 1/25/07, Mark D. [email protected] wrote:

Mark D.


Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.


Adrian Esteban Madrid

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