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100 Posts – Unofficial Open Text WS CMS Developer blog

100 Posts!

This August we broke the 100 posts mark! 100 published posts about the Open Text Content Management World, RQL, why RedDot CMS was the better brand name and a lot of helpful tipps and tricks. Of course we have comments too. At the moment we have 274 comments, that gives every post an average of 3 comments (or 2.74 to be precise…)

Thank you!

At this point we would like to say: Thank You!
This platform was initially the idea to collect some useful snippet while working with RedDot.
Markus Giesen and Frederic Hemberger, quickly followed by many others brought this place to life. Today we are one of the best ressources for Open Text WCMS Developer content with more than 10 authors and weekly over 700 visitors.


Our authors and editors at the moment are these guys:

  • Frederic Hemberger
  • Markus Giesen
  • Paul Smith
  • Adrian Mateljan
  • Kim Dezen
  • Stefan Buchali
  • Frank Leja
  • Joshua Ellis
  • Richard Hauer
  • Phil McKenzie
  • Morgan Ritchings
  • Gavin Cope
  • Chad Killingsworth


The guys which comment the most and help out with a lot of stuff are:

  • Jamie Benoit
  • Stefan Buchali
  • RustyLogic
  • Morgan Ritchings
  • Richard Hauer
  • Jeff S.
  • Jim Noellsch
  • John O
  • Amanda Shiga
  • D. Suma
  • Irina Krasteleva
  • Joshua
  • Gareth
  • Eric K
  • Eric Juden
  • Daniel Kasimirowicz
  • Christian Burne
  • Mithra
  • Tim
  • Vitaliy Rabotnik

And many more… Thank you all, guys!!! Together we rock!

Check out the new forum, mostly you will find jobs here, but step by step we will open this area and some top secret hidden sub sections to public.
Register yourself, we give write access for new users every month.

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About the author:

Markus Giesen Markus Giesen is a Solutions Architect and RedDot CMS Consultant, formerly based in Germany. Travelling around the world to find and offer solutions for a better world (in a very web based meaning). He just found a way to do this as part of a Melbourne based online consultant house. On this blog Markus shares his personal (not his employers) thoughts and opinions on CMS and web development. In his spare time you will find him reading, snowboarding or travelling. Also, you should follow him on Twitter!


3 comments for “100 Posts – Unofficial Open Text WS CMS Developer blog”

  1. Congratulations !!

    Posted by D. Suma | September 2, 2009, 6:42 am
  2. I made the top commenters list, woot!

    Posted by Eric K | September 3, 2009, 5:36 am
  3. This is a great resource, guys. It’s somewhat of a niche and you guys do a great job keeping the information flowing :)

    Posted by Christian Burne | September 30, 2009, 11:48 pm

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