[erlang-questions] Zotonic, the Erlang CMS, has been released.

Dmitrii Dimandt <>
Sun Nov 15 10:27:21 CET 2009


Haven't looked at Zotonic in detail yet, but I can say "wow!" just by  
looking at the docs :)

Looks hot!



On Nov 13, 2009, at 17:19 , Marc Worrell wrote:

> Today we released the Erlang CMS Zotonic.
>
> It is fast, easy to use and open source. Check it out at http://zotonic.com/
>
> Zotonic is the first Erlang CMS that is ready to use after  
> installation. No programming needed.
> We made Zotonic to meet the challenges of modern web site design and  
> evolving computer architecture.
>
> Some highlights of Zotonic are:
> - A great editorial environment.
> - Event driven web development (like Nitrogen).
> - Flexible template system based on extended Django/ErlyDTL.
> - Extensible modules.
> - Friendly for editors, front-enders and programmers.
> - Speed, through the use of Erlang, memoization and caching.
>
> We especially like to thank the authors of Webmachine, ErlyDTL,  
> epgsql, MochiWeb and Nitrogen.
>
> For more information, please contact 
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Marc Worrell, Tim Benniks, Arjan Scherpenisse, Peet Sneekes and  
> Mannschaft.
>
>
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