Hi to all,

today I decided to release iungo to the world-wild-world... iungo was already announced at the German Zope User Group (DZUG) some weeks ago, but today I started and finished translating most of the docs to english for a broader audience. The tutorial is still missing, but I'll do this in the next days too.

What is iungo?
Based on the web-application-server Zope iungo provides a solid system to build up object-oriented web-databases, easy-to-use-wikis, content-, document- and knowledge-management-systems. iungo targets users and developers, who trust in the "Keep it simple"-philosophy and want to maintain control over their work. iungo tries to connect people with information.

- Strict separation of content and application: your content can be moved between different zope-instances and iungo-versions without the fear of breaking anything.

- Folderish-Content: In the web all "entities" are links, not folders, documents or files... no more headaches for users what content-type to use... in the default iungo-install there's only one for all...;)

- Placeless-Content: All objects have a unique id (autogenerated per default) and can be moved around within the repository without breaking any links between objects.

- KISS (Keep it simple stupid): It's easy to develop a custom layout with a basic knowledge of DTML or ZPT.

- Expandable: Create new content-types for webdatabases with some clicks in the ZMI.

Where can I find more info about iungo?

If you have questions, feel free to ask me:

Keep zoped,


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