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Open Source Content Management Set Up

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OpensourceCMS.com has been around since August 2002. Founder Scott Goodwin was an entrepreneur and M.B.A graduate before he started playing with content management systems.

What is your story Scott?

In 2002 I stumbled upon open source CMS's quite by accident. I had no idea these systems were available for free. I found that many of the official CMS sites didn't have demos of their creations. Thus, you had to install each one to see if you liked it or not. This was extremely time consuming and frustrating.

I thought there should be a site that allows people to "test drive" many of the best systems vailable. Since there was no site like that, I started opensourceCMS.com. I had no grand business model. I just thought a site like this would be useful.

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