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Jay Knape
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Web Domain name change
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Piero Tintori Sep 3, 2008.

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Jay Knape replied to Ronna Johnston's discussion Believe it or not, our first CMS in the group CMS
"Ronna, A member of our network team maintain our Linux/Apache production web server. It is a very small part of their overall responsibilities. So very little time or effort is needed to maintain our web servers.  For our OmniUpdate staging…"
Feb 20, 2013
Jay Knape replied to Ronna Johnston's discussion Believe it or not, our first CMS in the group CMS
"Ronna, Columbus State University in Columbus Georgia has been with OmniUpdate for six years.  Today, we have 300 users, 140 websites and ~130000 pages within our instance of OmniUpdate.  We have OmniUpdate locally installed on servers…"
Feb 20, 2013
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Feb 20, 2013
Jay Knape replied to C.S. Sherman's discussion Campusuite vs OmniUpdate
"Channing, Columbus State University has been using OmniUpdate for the last 3 years. We have moved 115 sites OUCampus and have 250+ users. We have been very pleased with software. OUCampus has allowed us to do anything that we have wanted to do with…"
Jul 1, 2010

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Columbus State University
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http://www.columbusstate.edu
What CMS are you using?
OmniUpdate
What department or office are you in?
Computer Information and Networking Services
Primary Job Responsibility
Senior Manager of Web Content Services
Number of students at your institution
7500

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At 2:36pm on January 23, 2008, Bill Sutley said…
Hey, Jay ... Nearly tore out the last of my hair trying to fix stuff on the latest version of Celebrate CSU, which is at:

http://alumni.colstate.edu/celebrate_csu/celebrate_csu_jan2008.asp

W3C validator shows code problems, many of which I couldn't understand well enough to fix. But the one that caught my eye is that there's apparently no doctype declaration. Is that a product of xml-based cms? I left these alone for now, but be aware this is something I will copy when I create future versions.

Cheers, Bill
 
 
 

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