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DryDock

DryDock is a Web publishing application that implements a development/production Web site pipeline. It codifies an approval process that forces users to approve all Web site changes before they go into production. It is easy to customize for integration into an existing Web development setup, it does no heavy-handed content management, and it's designed be transparent to Web authors. It tracks revisions, issues email notification of changes, and lets administrators instantly know the complete history of any file that has ever been published.

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  •  10 Jan 2005 22:22

    Release Notes: This release fixes some small bugs in the permissions handling logic, massages the build procedure for the standard authentication mechanism, and adds a note on the upgrade procedure.

    •  23 Mar 2004 10:21

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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