Oduor Ken Jagero: The power of open-source CMS in Africa and the story of a level playing field

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February 4, 2019

Content Management Systems (CMSs) like WordPress, Drupal and Joomla have bridged a huge gap when it comes to content creation and it’s wide spread. They has given a voice to many folks who otherwise would not be heard. When we talk about content creation, we are also talking about templates, wizards, and other tools we use to modify content. As I’ve seen this growth in Africa through my work and my involvement with CMS Africa, I will speak about my love for open source content management and how in Africa it has created a level playing field between the technologically capable and those who don’t consider themselves geeks.

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