From its early days as a web server/application server, Domino has been the ultimate web content management system - able to be customized or packaged as a general purpose CMS (see Lotus WCM, for example, and many partner apps). In fact, this blog is an example of the power of using Domino for publishing web content. I can author in Notes offline and replicate to the staging server, then out to the public internet.
Anyway, I recently saw this reference to the National Institutes of Health (USA) Office of Science Education. As the official IBM reference says, they have served 1.9 million users to date, while substantially cutting the web development time. Oddly, the reference says they are using version 6! They also are taking advantage of Domino's built-in search capabilities. The site is extremely fast, I'd say.
I used to keep a catalog of these public Domino sites (another content rich site is the St. Louis Post Dispatch, which has been using Domino for years for their news site). Does anyone know of such a resource?
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Chris Reckling | 24 March 2007 01:02:50 PM ET | | Comments (0)