Squirrel Notes More on Gartner's WCM Decision

This note was published in Issue #41 of Squirrel Notes on Wednesday, January 29, 2020

More on Gartner's WCM Decision: CMSWire wrote about why Gartner eliminated their web content management Magic Quadrant. I'm quoted in the article, but I'm embarrassed about one thing:

[Gartner] changed “Enterprise Content Management” to “Content Services Platforms” in 2017, defining the technology as “a set of services and microservices, embodied either as an integrated product suite or as separate applications that share common APIs and repositories [...]”

I opined in the article that Gartner would come up with a content-focused MQ to replace WCM. From the looks of the quote, they've already did: Magic Quadrant for Content Services Platforms

I literally had no idea. Now the question becomes: will they add a bunch of headless vendors to that? Because there's a blurry line between a headless CMS and an enterprise CMS, in terms of philosophy and direction