White paper: Bootstrapping the Two-Way-Web

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From: Dave Winer (dave@userland.com)
Date: Mon Nov 20 2000 - 09:46:43 PST

"We already know that editing a website in a browser is fantastic.

"Late last year UserLand shipped Manila which is a browser-based content management system. Now there are approximately 15,000 Manila sites. That's a good-sized installed base of people getting the benefit of easy browser-based editing. And the growth is not just happening at UserLand. Pyra Labs, a San Francisco company that makes the Blogger browser-based weblog editor, has started 50,000 new websites in roughly the same time period. Zope, a Python-based content management system, has experienced comparable growth in the open source development community. All the growth is happening around a single key idea -- editing the Web in a browser makes it easy."




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