| 2:16 am on Dec 10, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Cool looking site. Anyone tried this out?
| 1:26 pm on Dec 10, 2008 (gmt 0)|
I was a bit confused as first when reading the title of this thread.
MS has had a CMS available for years. But this is an "open source" CMS. That is definitely something new.
| 2:27 pm on Dec 10, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Man.. first it was the 'little person icons' craze of a few years back. Now everybody wants to copy twitter and make their site look like a web 2.0 teletubbies design. I realize some positivity is required in design these days, but why would anyone who's responsible for making decisions on CMS react positively to a kindergarten-themed site?
| 4:06 pm on Dec 10, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Is there any history of security issues?
It would be nice to deploy a CMS that doesn't draw bots/hackers like WP.
| 10:45 pm on Dec 10, 2008 (gmt 0)|
This is an Alpha release, that utilizes a Beta version of the MVC framework for ASP.NET 3.5. It is hot stuff for .NET geeks but is not for the uninitiated.
You might want to wait before deploying or making CMS decisions. Wait until the paint dries first. ;)
| 1:38 am on Dec 11, 2008 (gmt 0)|
OK no ones taking the bait on my kinder-design flame.
How about this: how does this stand up now that Dotnetnuke just got Series A venture capital?
| 1:07 pm on Dec 11, 2008 (gmt 0)|
|Is there any history of security issues? |
It's so new there's no history at all, so there's no history of security issues. So it must be unhackable :-)
I'm curious - what reasons can we think of to choose an open-source CMS from MSFT over any of the other open-source CMSes out there?
| 12:04 am on Dec 13, 2008 (gmt 0)|
flyerguy, I've had an opportunity to see the guts of DNN about 4-5 years back, and then again not too far back with a newer release...and it was bloated and slow. I just clicked on several "feature" sites, and they are still slow, so still NAY for DNN.
It would be very interesting to see how Oxite does