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Twill 2.0, CMS Philly conference, COVID cancellations, and more — The Business of CMS Issue 4





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Twill 2.0, CMS Philly conference, COVID cancellations, and more — The Business of CMS Issue 4
By Chris Van Patten • Issue #4 • View online
Since my last issue, COVID-19 has wreaked havoc around the world, and the CMS industry is certainly no exception. This edition of Business of CMS covers a little over a month of news, including a number of virus-related event and product announcements. We’ll also look at some new features and releases in a few popular and up-and-coming platforms.
Remember, if you have news to share or platforms to watch, get in touch: @BusinessOfCMS on Twitter is the best place to find us (our DMs are open)!

DrupalCon 2020 moves online
Latest updates on changes to WordCamps
Craft CMS extends Craft CMS 2 and Craft Commerce 1 security support until January 31, 2022
In non-COVID news…
TinaCMS introduces "Visual Open Authoring"
Announcing Twill 2.0
How Tinder Used Gatsby to Build a WordPress Site in React
Thanks as always for tuning in. See you next time, and feel free to forward this to a friend (or 3). Your support is appreciated.
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