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Site News Enough of you have asked us what has happened to the case study on Bricolage, the open source content management system, we promised a few months ago, for us to tell you how we're doing. Well, the backroom boys have been busy and we are ready - just about - to go live with our Bric implementation. But we have decided to hold fire on launch until it quietens down ads-wise.

So no case study just yet, guys. In the mean time here is a naked plug for our CMS partner Kineticode, home of Bricolage lead developer David Wheeler, which is directing our conversion. We are delighted to see that momentum is building behind Bric, as witnessed by Kineticode's recent wins. Joining the Bric bandwagon this quarter are ETOnline, a US entertainment site, The RAND Corporation and Radio Free Asia.

To find out more about the software go here, or check out Kineticode and David Wheeler at Comdex Las Vegas where he's speaking at the World Organization of Webmasters (WOW) Web Services Conference on 20 November. ®

Update — September 2005

In the end, we decided to use our own system instead of Bricolage. See this page for information on how the site works.

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