FCKeditor 2.0 Released

freshmeat.net: Project details for FCKeditor
FCKeditor is an HTML/DHTML editor for ASP, ASP.NET, ColdFusion, PHP, and JavaScript that brings to the Web much of the powerful functionality of known desktop editors like Word. It’s very lightweight, and doesn’t require any kind of installation on the client computer.

My favorite WYSIWYG browser editor hits 2.0!

7 Criteria For Evaluating CMSes

Seven Criteria for Evaluating Open-Source Content Management Systems | Linux Journal
Using a content management system (CMS) to manage a Web site used to be a luxury within the reach of only those who had the technical resources to build a custom solution or the financial resources to afford a proprietary one. In recent years, numerous pre-built open-source CMSes have emerged as viable alternatives to costly proprietary products or custom-built solutions.

Given the number of CMS sessions at this year’s conference, this article is worth reading.

Common Computing Crises, Causes, and Cures( C5 )

Common Computing Crises, Causes, and Cures( C5 )
We’ve been spoiled by computer hardware and operating systems that are far more capable and reliable than those of even five years ago. However, there’s one drawback – we’re more likely to overlook mundane computer system upgrades and maintenance that keep our systems healthy, user-friendly, and fast rather than degenerating into C3 ( Crashes, Chaos, and Crisis).

Good article, by a lawyer, on some of the basics you can cover to make computing a happier experience. Worth the read.

Copyright Office Adds RSS Feeds

Library Stuff
The U.S. Government has a long way to go with implementing RSS into their content delivery systems, but this is a step in the right direction. It looks like the Copyright Office, which is part of the Library of Congress, has launched 4 RSS Feeds.

Well, its a step in the right direction. But each feed contains exactly one item and the links in 3 of the 4 items point to generic pages. I’ll beinterested in seeing if they actually followup with anything useful.

GroupServer: Group Collaboration System

GroupServer: home
GroupServer is a GPL open source collaboration server. It supports many-to-many interaction in groups and communities via email and an integrated web forum interface.

Websites supported by GroupServer provide secure a personalised content structure with member directories, postings by topic, RSS and e-mail digest modes, document sharing, and web-based forum management. GroupServer renders XML content dynamically using XSLTs and is built on Zope and written in Python.