Magnolia

Excerpt from the Magnolia: evaluation:

"The Magnolia community is active, but quite small compared to other CMS projects. While Magnolia has had some commercial success and is slowly establishing a partner network, be sure to find out about ..."

(P. 752 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )

Magnolia CMS

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