Small but mighty: little Bricolage carries a huge newsfeed

Posted by VISITOR on Apr 14, 2005 7:01 PM EDT
Mad Penguin; By Christian Einfeldt
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Of the multiple hundreds of thousands of open source projects on Source Forge, the vast numerical majority is small projects run by one or two persons. This interview with Bricolage founder David Wheeler is one of a series of interviews of small projects which have contributed mightily to the richness of open source.

Bricolage is an open source content management system (CMS) which runs such prominent sites as MacWorld and the World Health Organization. Mad Penguin™ wanted to know how David Wheeler, who is also the Founder of Kineticode, the commercial support business for Bricolage, managed to pack so much punch with such a small hammer. We met up with him the recent Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco, where he was on a panel with Brian Behlendorf (Apache), Josh Berkus (PostgreSQL), Chris Hofmann (Mozilla) and Larry Wall (PERL).

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