For some reason we can't grasp there's a sense that concrete5 was designed for small sites. Is this just because it's easy to use and our interface is sexy? So much enterprise software is horrible to use that it's easy to believe "no one would possibly want to use this, so enterprise ready = ugly."
I walked through the Occupy Portland encampment before it was broken up....
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Last year we were pleasantly surprised to be mentioned as one of two systems to watch and the fastest growing community in the 2010 open source market share report.
This year the data gathering notice email got buried, and we're way behind. This is bad news.
Only you can help.
I know surveys are a complete drag, but it would really mean a lot to me and the community if we continued to be accurately represented in this report for 2011.
If you feel like concrete5 has saved you any time at all, please help us by giving just a few minutes back and filling out this survey. Tell your friends, tweet your link, stick it on your G+facebook-umbler thingie. This has got to be one of the easiest things you could ever do to give back to the community, so please help us all continue to grow!
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Catch up with the latest installment of Totally Random, your prime destination for concrete5 news! Franz and Andrew answer viewer questions, show off new Marketplace goodies and demo a few more screens from our upcoming 5.5 release.
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Here ya go, a live demo of concrete5.5
Check out the new Editor's Guide wiki in the documentation section. Built by the community for the community - how cool.
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Check out the latest installment of Totally Random! This week we show off a new round of screenshots from our upcoming 5.5 release and demo a slew of new Marketplace add-ons.
All that plus the usual community news and Marketplace reviews!
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Here's what you've been waiting for-- a first glimpse at concrete 5.5! Franz and Andrew demo a few screens from the next big release of the concrete5 CMS and give in-depth background on the amazing new features and functionality coming soon!
The latest version of concrete5 contains some important security fixes, as well as some behavioral improvements and updates for developers. It is recommended for all users of concrete5.
You can download concrete5 188.8.131.52 from the concrete5 downloads page: