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    Announcement: Terracotta CMS Released


    Eternity Technologies has spent the last year developing and testing a PHP based web application development framework integrated with a content management system. It is a product that was born out of the consideration that we made about design issues involved with web based knowledge management and application development.

    The product is a one stop solution to Content Management.

    Our CMS is written using our PHP based application development framework that also handles encryption, security, access control for any custom applications. This framework supports multiple running domains/web sites of a single codebase. We also ship the product with a Postfix and qMail email/domain/quota management product, instant messaging and TODO list features. The framework is ADODB compliant, and supports all major RDBMS products. The look and feel of the site is governed by CSS, and hence is fully controllable.

    We run a DEMO web site. There are two parts to this site.

    Management Interface http://demo.eternitytechnologies.com/manage
    Login details: Username: admin
    Password: password

    Live/Public Interface http://demo.eternitytechnologies.com

    Please feel free to test our CMS, discover its power and use, and don't hesitate if you have any specific questions.

    Regards,
    Peter Swan
    Co Architect
    Eternity Technologies
    Email: staff@eternitytechnologies.com
    Web Address: http://eternitytechnologies.com Phone: +61-2-69717131
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    Hey dumbass, just because you spent a year developing something doesn't mean you can come here and spam any and every thread about your system. Why don't you try to be an actual business and buy advertising instead of stealing it.

    I don't mind you posting one thread (like this one) announcing your program, but you don't have to post to every other CMS related thread the day you register to get links out there. Use a little common sense.

    Also, I get this when trying to "recommend" a document to someone and submitting an empty form.

    Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /home/www/common/simone/live/framework/libraries/terracotta/content.security.php on line 41

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    We could've posted a similar crude reply, but wont.

    Take care old mate, will fix the recommend problem.

    Thanks for testing our CMS.
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    Well, I'm glad you didn't.

    Bottom line, stop advertising in unrelated threads. If someone starts a new thread asking for recommendations on a CMS, then knock yourself out. If someone is looking for a programmer or assignment help, they don't need advertising for your CMS.

    ---John Holmes...
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    Did you intend to allow HTML in your "instant messages"?
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    Yep, its suppose to be a feature to give users a little more flexibility in their messages if they feel like being creative :-)
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    Who are "users"? Admins and trusted people controlling the site or anyone who registers?

    Oh, and just so we don't get too off-topic (my topic), you're still a dumbass for advertising so much.

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    Hehe, good one goose. Your right, users are trusted people controlling the site (providing they are given access). The permissions however flow onto the live site, allowing users to also be clients that need to view sensitive information that is not for the general public.

    Hope this helps. Email me if you need anymore help, my address is pswan@eternitytechnologies.com.

    Peter

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    ADVERTISMENT FOR ETERNITY TECHNOLOGIES

    http://eternitytechnologies.com

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    :-)
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    So can one client send an IM to another? Allowing them to do so and include raw HTML (and JS) could be a Bad Idea (TM).

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    That can be a possibility, however clients of the public will usually not be given access to any of the applications of the management site. (Unless of course they are trusted to add content etc). The only use for their username and password will be when an item is restricted on the live site.
    If by chance they try to log into the management interface, if their application access is disabled, all they will be able to do is log off.

    But thanks for the pointer. We might consider disabling the ability to include HTML.

    Cheers,

    Peter

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