Open Source CMS Summit at Yahoo!

At the Drupal road trip to San Francisco last summer, we met some great people at Yahoo!. With their generous help, we're now throwing a party ...

The Open Source CMS Summit is a two-day conference for those interested in open source content management systems. It is open to all open source content management systems and free for everyone to attend. The conference will take place on March 22nd and 23rd at the Yahoo! campus, in the heart of California's Silicon Valley.

We'd like to invite all open source CMS projects to take part, to help spread the word, and to submit session proposals at http://2007.oscms-summit.org/. Let's party together!

Comments

Robert Douglass (not verified):

I'll be presenting on Drupal's search mechanism and alternatives. I also posted a related Digg story (digg for the conference site), though I doubt anybody is surprised by this ;-)

February 10, 2007
Irakli Nadareishvili (not verified):

I submitted a proposal for Drupal Performance session. Interested in joining forces and co-hosting? I left you a message too.

February 12, 2007
Siggy (not verified):

What sorts of options are available for those who live in other continents and can't really attend? Will there be good resources available online? We have built a standards compliant, cross-platform, open source content management system using PHP5 called SilverStripe, which uses alot of modern AJAX techniques to allow for an intuitive, desktop-app style interface.... but we're based in New Zealand, which makes it a little tricky to get to the states :)

If you're interested, check out silverstripe.com or jump straight to http://demo.silverstipe.com/admin (admin/password)

-- [email protected]

February 13, 2007
lyricnz (not verified):

Ahh Siggy, you wuss. I'm in Melbourne, and I'm going (time off pending). Interesting looking CMS you've got there!

February 15, 2007