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Perrin is a contributor to various Perl-related projects like mod_perl, Template Toolkit, and Class::DBI. He is a frequent speaker at OSCON, YAPC, and ApacheCon, and a contributor to several perl-related books.

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Wednesday October 27, 2004
03:49 PM

Open Source Content Management Conference (OSCOM4)

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It looks like my submission is not being put up for some reason, so I'm posting it here. This is from October 6th.

Last week, I attended the Fourth Open Source Content Management Conference in Zurich, Switzerland. Perl was well-represented there.

The keynote was given by Roy Fielding, REST champion and author of the original libwww-perl (in Perl 4!).

I gave my talk about Krang, a new Perl CMS developed by a large magazine publisher.

Michael Kröll presented XIMS, a CMS developed by the University of Innsbruck. It is very XML-oriented and built on top of AxKit.

Harry Fuecks gave a talk about using PHP to publish a variety of document formats to the web, including POD, by post-processing the output of pod2html to get a standard appearance.

JSR-170, presented by David Nüscheler, is an attempt to create a standard API for CMS repositories. It's a Java project, but part of the project is defining a standard XML interchange format, which could be an interesting thing for Perl CMS projects to support if it catches on.

Shimon Rura and Josh Ain talked about Frassle, a system they developed (in Perl) for sharing and cross-referencing blog content.

Christian Jäger showed a project called LifeCMS. It includes a virtual filesystem written in Perl, which enables it to do automatic versioning and present the CMS repository as a standard filesystem.

There is more information available on the wiki."

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