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Bricolage Content Management System Version 1.6.0 Bricolage is a full-featured, enterprise-class content management system. It offers a browser-based interface for ease-of use, a full-fledged templating system with complete programming language support for flexibility, and many other features. It operates in an Apache/mod_perl environment, and uses the PostgreSQL RDBMS for its repository. GETTING STARTED =============== Before installing Bricolage, be sure to read the platform-specific README file relevant to your operating system, if there is one. For installation instructions, see INSTALL. Once Bricolage has been installed, this file will also be available via the Bric::Admin man page. For copying information, see License. Once Bricolage has been installed, this file will also be available via the Bric::License man page. For the latest news, see Changes. Once Bricolage has been installed, this file will also be available via the Bric::Changes man page. DOCUMENTATION ============= After you've installed Bricolage, the complete API documentation will be available as man pages. It is also available on the Bricolage site, at http://bricolage.cc/documentation.html. Here are a few entry points to get you started. For installation and system administration, see: Bric::Admin Bric::DBA Bric::Security To get started using Bricolage see: Bric::ElementAdmin Bric::AssetEditing Bric::Alert To learn how to use the Bricolage templating systems, see: Bric::Templates Bric::AdvTemplates Bric::HTMLTemplate If you'd like to contribute to Bricolage, see: Bric::Hacker Bric::ToDo KNOWN ISSUES ============ * Users who have been given the rights, via membership, to edit groups and/or users effectively have complete access to the system. This is because they can add themselves to any group they want, including "Global Admins." Solving this problem is harder than it looks, due to the Bricolage permissions architecture design. The solution is to give only those you trust to have "Global Admin" access permission to edit users and/or groups. Complete details are available via the Bugzilla bug report at http://bugzilla.bricolage.cc/show_bug.cgi?id=93. Enjoy! --The Bricolage Team