Monday, June 30, 2008


Migration of content officially started today!

Blow 311 is regularly booked now as Cascade Command Central. W&M's Cascade web content management system is now ready to hold "standard content pages." We'll need a few more days of programming by Global Image before the less standard pages (like news articles, SPIFFs, and other widgets) are ready for content.

So today, we started with the bravest web editors we know - Josh Henry from Admission, Kathy Larrieu from Arts & Sciences and Luke Gill from Dean of Students Office. Tomorrow, we expect German Mendez from the Registrar's Office.

In my view, a primary goal of re.web is nearly accomplished. Because of the CMS, the technology behind the web pages is not the focus. It's all about content now; it's all about what we have to say about the College.

Need a refresh on the goals of re.web?

To send the critical message that content is what matters most on the web

posted by Susan Evans

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