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From David Buchmann <david.buchm...@liip.ch>
Subject Re: CFP ApacheCon 2011 and Jackrabbit
Date Fri, 29 Apr 2011 09:48:25 GMT
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>> maybe it helps Serge to know the reason(s) why you are not using CMIS?

sure :-)

we are building a content management framework for symfony2, one of the
hot-shots in php application frameworks.

by content management framework, we mean something you can use to build
a cms with. a cms is more than just document management:
* mixed content
* navigation trees
* meta data
* versioning and access control

and jcr is an api that was easy to port to php, which exactly defines
what is going to happen. /how/ it has to be done is up to the
implementation. if we had implemented CMIS, which is a protocol, we
would have required a complicated frontend-backend communication,
whereas a simple phpcr implemenation can just be a wrapper around the
database driver.


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