CMS is now feature complete

Great news folks, CMS is now officially complete. Stick a fork in it, it’s done.

Perhaps I’m reading too much here, but this tweet just came across my desk.

If you’re not familiar with Bryan Ruby, he tirelessly covers the CMS technology landscape on the CMS Report. From Alfresco to Zope, he channels a mountain of information about the industry.

So, I may be going out on a limb here, but I’m going to call it. The CMS is feature complete.

Timestamp: June 10, 2010, 11:22 am Eastern Daylight Time.

Everything that could be built has been built. Every feature that could be imagined has been bolted on. Every vendor has achieved #leader status. We’ve seen the last gratuitous press release. The final track has been laid on this grand and epic journey from static web pages to full on Web Experience Management excellence.

Now, what to do with the rest of the day?

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Jeff Cram

Jeff Cram is Chief Strategy Officer and co-founder of Connective DX (formerly ISITE Design), a digital agency based in Portland, OR and Boston, MA. As the Managing Editor of the CMS Myth, Jeff is passionate about all topics related to content management, digital strategy and experience design.

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2 responses… read them below or add one.

  1. But.. wait! We’re not done yet!

  2. Brade says:

    I am laughing my butt off at this! I just blogged about the CMS struggle on my site (something I never do), and this astounding news drops on the same day! Guess it’s time to retire ;)

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