CMS is kind of an ambigous term anymore.  I contribute to Geeklog, so I'd recommend seeing if that fits your

If not, give PHP Nuke, Post Nuke, Scoop and slashcode a look.  Not sure
what exactly your CMS needs are so I'm not sure if what I just suggested
are viable options.

On Wed, 2002-01-30 at 13:19, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Does anyone know of an organization who has built and maintains a web 
> content management application for a large site?
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