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"Tribune Interactive, which runs chicagotribune.com, is in the process of moving off Vignette to a home-grown platform, as is CNet itself. Similarly, washingtonpost.com is said to be walking away from a reported seven-figure investment in customizing the FutureTense product (now owned by OpenMarket) in favor of a system its employees and contractors are building. 'We couldn't wait for them to fix all the problems anymore', says one person familiar with the washingtonpost.com decision to build its own system. 'There are profound holes in their system, like workflow, which is the most important part of a content-management system. I mean, come on already.'"
The Ugly Secret Behind Top Media Sites | www.inside.com | july 5, 2000 (no longer available)
"Vignette - and rivals like Interwoven TeamSite and Broadvision - still often run a poor second to the do-it-yourself solution. You see, the core content management task is relatively simple: crea...