Make a Lasting Impression
Published by Sato-san on 2011/4/19 (2162 reads)

The "weeklyCMS" is a Japanese live TV-Show on air. Last Saturday I was invited to able to present our project ImpressCMS. And I met some developer from other projects like Wordpress, XoopsCube, concrete5 and MODx.
Unfortunately, my Japanese isn't the best, because I started to learn in September last year. But we had a lot of fun and interesting conversations. During the weelkyCMS show, there was a big earthquake too. After the show, we are sitting together with snacks and beer and could talk about some thinks.
Thank you very much again to the initiator Yoshi Sakai from Bluemoon Inc. for the invitation and I am looking forward to next time.

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Published by Webmystar on 2009/12/12 (1516 reads)

We have built our Webkatalog with the weblinks modul. If you have builded an ImpressCMS – Site, you can add your website in our catalog for FREE.

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Published by Marcan on 2009/3/24 (1874 reads)

INBOX International is expanding and we are looking for skilled, savvy and dedicated people to join our team!

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Published by McDonald on 2009/3/22 (1365 reads)
CMSWire: ImpressCMS 1.1.2 - Bye Bye Bugs, Hello Stable PHP5

This one goes out to all the ImpressCMS lovers out there. The increasingly popular content management system has been updated in order to address several issues discovered with the last major release, in addition to offering a few improvements.

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Published by Marcan on 2008/1/9 (1543 reads)
It was brought to the attention of the ImpressCMS Project that some privacy issues were created on http://community.impresscms.org when the site was originally created.

Originally, the initiators of ImpressCMS gathered on XoopsInfo.com, with the permissions of the XoopsInfo maintainer team, to discuss this future project. After a few weeks, we realized that it was better for everyone if these discussions were to be held on a site not related to XOOPS, and not hosted by the XOOPS Foundation.
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