The state of the CMS vs Silos
June 24th, 2022
53 mins 23 secs
About this Episode
Tune in to our new episode! Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls talk to Adam Bergstein about the evolution of CMSes, the current landscape, and how they fit in with today’s siloed web.
- DrupalCon 2022 Recap | Nerdstein — While the CMS and DXP framework space is exploding, Drupal’s adoption numbers are trending down overall. While the talk covers this in greater depth, there were a few primary reasons my research uncovered: A heavy focus on an extensible, ambitious development framework de-emphasized builders and adopters who want low/no-code solutions and are concerned with time-to-value Frameworks are positioned for an enterprise market, where extensibility is critical to business success. Adoption is favoring tools that have more SaaS-based delivery (including products that deliver Wordpress) because they address SMB needs: faster time-to-value, common everyday features, usability over extensibility, no-code, and no/low maintenance offerings.
- Evaluating the Landscape of Drupal Competition
- Time for THEM to agree to OUR terms | by Doc Searls | Medium — We can do for customers what Creative Commons does for artists: give them terms they can offer — and be can read and agreed to by lawyers, ordinary folks, and their machines. And then we can watch “free market” come to mean what it says, and not just “your choice of captor.”
- Doc Searls on Twitter: "Remarkable and surprising visualization on @Reddit: https://t.co/86j1FNIk0Z" / Twitter
- Home | Simplytest — simplytest.me helps you to find the module, theme or distribution that fits your needs. It provides sandbox environments for testing the functionality of any project before even downloading it.
- IEEE P7012 - Machine Readable Privacy Terms Working Group - IEEE P7012 Working Group — The standard identifies/addresses the manner in which personal privacy terms are proffered and how they can be read and agreed to by machines.