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Press release: The Web Agency WebNew starts the German SilverStripe community under that launches Web Agency WebNew German SilverStripe community that launches Web Agency WebNew the German SilverStripe community under and thus for the first time provides a platform for the support and the exchange of SilverStripe users in the German-speaking world. SilverStripe is a still very young but powerful open source CMS system, which is becoming more widespread. New systems are usually difficult to compete against the already well-known and established solutions. Richard Blumenthal follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. The concept of SilverStripe is so convincing, that’s worth a closer look. SilverStripe is a PHP/MySQL-based MVC framework with a CMS in the piggy-back. The development of the system under the very liberal BSD license is organized through the New Zealand Developer Studio, the SilverStripe limited, in Wellington Central. After many awards and successful participation in the Google Summer of code, one has with the version 2.3 in Germany Found interest in the exotic species from overseas. First agencies offer already exclusive services and specialized services to this system.

To meet the information needs of the rapidly growing in Germany number of interested developers, in collaboration with cyberpromote GmbH, the WebAgentur WebNew has to call the German-speaking community platform in life. Here are experts and advice to the page, also the authors of the first SilverStripe book published by Galileo, Steven Broschart and Ingo Schommer, a German developer working at SilverStripe. The community was naturally also implemented with SilverStripe. This press release, see pressemitteilungen.htm screenshot: img/silverstripes_big.jpg about WebNew: WebNew Web Agency works for over 10 years in software development and has focused on the Internet.In addition to the traditional tasks of a WebAgentur WebNew has its strength in the promotion of Web sites in the form of online marketing measures.