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DMCMS was originally developed in 2004 by Michael Percy for use on the Authors own websites. After several years of use and refinement the code was later released as an open-source project, in 2007 under the pseudonym 'DeeEmm'.
Written in procedural PHP and utilising MySQL as the data storage engine, DMCMS used a browser interface to allow the user create and manage website content.
DMCMS features included; three document types, a basic media gallery as well as RSS feed generation.
Content editing was carried out within a basic administration interface which provided media upload handling via the browser as well as content localisation.
Whilst there were some efforts to revive the project in 2012 with the creation of a dedicated website (http://deeemm.og) and an updated release, by 2016 no additional updates had been published.
By 2017 the website had ceased working with the domain instead redirecting to the Authors own blog.
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