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OpenSourceCMS - test drive content management systems

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There are a fair few free software and open source content management system (CMS) projects out there, and finding the one that best suits your needs isn’t always an easy task.

Of course it’s not too difficult to download and install them, but sometimes it would be nice to test drive some without having to go through the installation dance. That is exactly the problem that OpenSourceCMS.com tries to solve.

It offers an impressive array of choices of CMSs to try that are divided into several categories - portals, blogs, ecommerce, groupware, forums and so forth. You can click any CMS in the list to jump straight to a working demo install of it. In almost all cases you’ll also get access to the administration features of your chosen CMS so you can evaluate each one fully.

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