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Migrating From Drupal to Plone with Transmogrifier

Clayton Parker

Abstract: Transmogrifier is a migration framework that can help you easily migrate from one platform to another. It has been written in a way that allows re-use of migration code through blueprints. In this talk we will walk through the steps necessary to migrate from Drupal, a popular CMS written in PHP, into Plone. We will see how to use the various blueprints available to build a pipeline that prepares and imports the content into Plone.

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