[dba-VB] CMS: Umbraco (was: Composite C1 now open source)

Gustav Brock gustav at cactus.dk
Fri Oct 1 16:48:01 CDT 2010

Hi Shamil

OK, that leaves you with DNN. But didn't you have an issue or some trouble with this?

Yes, it's that kind of weather - you can enjoy the afternoon sun but the temperature drops during the evening and night because of the clear sky.


>>> shamil at smsconsulting.spb.ru 01-10-2010 23:12 >>>
Hi Gustav --

Thank you for the link.
I have got downloaded and I have looked through Umbraco 5.0 sources.
This CMS seems to be MS ASP.NET MVC + NHibernate based, and both of them are
not the frameworks/tools I wanted to learn and to use first place.
I can be wrong.
But I'd avoid learning and using Umbraco 5.0 for the time being, and I'll
keep tryng to find good CMS projects using DNN.

It _is_ in fact quite sunny here, indeed for the season.
That should be what is called "L'ete Indien" (fr.) season there now?
(http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89t%C3%A9_indien )

-- Shamil


"... c'etait l'automne, un automne ou il faisait beau
une saison qui n'existe que dans le Nord de l'Amerique
La-bas on l'appelle l'ete indien..."

Joe Dassin

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Hi Shamil

Oh, if you cannot find your way through the code, I wouldn't even attempt to
try ...

Another option is available as open-source as well, Umbraco:


This was recently chosen by MS to power nothing less than the ASP.NET site


Today they released the alpha-version 4.6 named JUNO which now also will run
off the tiny Microsoft SQL CE 4:


It _is_ in fact quite sunny here, indeed for the season.


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