OpenCms at the Royal Library of Denmark

Date: May 5, 2008
Time: 10:00 - 11:00
Track: Business
Type: Presentation
Speaker: Carl Alex Friis Nielsen (The Royal Library)

Abstract

This is a presentation of the implementation of OpenCms at the Royal library, which is an organization with many editors, and different departments with different needs. The presentation will cover:

  • Why we chose OpenCms/opensource
  • Overview of the implementation process
  • Porting/integration of existing content/services
  • Integration of digital asset management and image server (Cumulus/eRez)
  • Why we are giving back to the opensource community
  • The KB suite (*) of free modules adding functionality to OpenCms

The presentation will include a demo of the content providers interface to the system and how the same content can be rendered differently in different contexts.

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