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 * [http://www.oscom.org]
 * [http://www.opensourcecms.com/]
 * [http://www.webopensource.com] A Open Source Software Directory. It has CMS list and other softwares such as blogs, wiki, etc.
 * [http://www.nabble.com/Content-Management-f544.html CMS Forum] A large archive/forum of CMS projects (including [http://www.nabble.com/Lenya-f145.html Lenya]), hosted by [http://www.nabble.com Nabble]. Browse or search easily. The UI is clean. Keep up with the latest from CMS community.
 * [[http://www.oscom.org]]
 * [[http://www.opensourcecms.com/]]
 * [[http://www.webopensource.com]] A Open Source Software Directory. It has CMS list and other softwares such as blogs, wiki, etc.
 * [[http://www.nabble.com/Content-Management-f544.html|CMS Forum]] A large archive/forum of CMS projects (including [[http://www.nabble.com/Lenya-f145.html|Lenya]]), hosted by [[http://www.nabble.com|Nabble]]. Browse or search easily. The UI is clean. Keep up with the latest from CMS community.
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 * [http://phpnuke.org phpNuke]
 * [http://plone.org
Plone]
 * [http://postnuke.com
PostNuke]
 *
[http://mamboserver.com Mambo]
 *
[http://new.cocoondev.org/daisy/2 daisy]
 *
[http://www.magnolia.info/ Magnolia] 
 * [[http://phpnuke.org|phpNuke]]
 * [[http://plone.org|
Plone]]
 * [[http://postnuke.com|
PostNuke]]
 * [
[http://mamboserver.com|Mambo]]
 * [
[http://new.cocoondev.org/daisy/2|daisy]]
 * [
[http://www.magnolia.info/|Magnolia]]
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 * [http://www.ohloh.net/projects/4256 Lenya at ohloh.net]
 * [http://apache-lenya.blogspot.com Apache Lenya Weblog]
 * [[http://www.ohloh.net/projects/4256|Lenya at ohloh.net]]
 * [[http://apache-lenya.blogspot.com|Apache Lenya Weblog]]
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Collaborative Source means that anyone has access to the source code but deployment in a commercial setting requires a paid license. For more information see: [http://www.collaborativesource.org/]. It's a bit like .org for .org, but not for .com! Collaborative Source means that anyone has access to the source code but deployment in a commercial setting requires a paid license. For more information see: [[http://www.collaborativesource.org/]]. It's a bit like .org for .org, but not for .com!
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 * [http://www.jahia.org/]  * [[http://www.jahia.org/]]
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 * [http://www.marklogic.com/index.html]
 * [http://webcontent-m1.com Xitex WebContent M1]. The enterprise-class J2EE web content management server by [http://www.xitex.net XITEX Software]. Powerful solution for making your website the cornerstone of your business success, which provides you with numerous of pluggable components to enhance its interactivity, as well as makes the content management process as pleasant as it ever could be. Easy to use and to administer. Staging environment, Draft & Preview mode, Workflow, Versioning. Easy templates development. You'll deploy the solution quickly and scale your system as your needs grow.
 * [[http://www.marklogic.com/index.html]]
 * [[http://webcontent-m1.com|Xitex WebContent M1]]. The enterprise-class J2EE web content management server by [[http://www.xitex.net|XITEX Software]]. Powerful solution for making your website the cornerstone of your business success, which provides you with numerous of pluggable components to enhance its interactivity, as well as makes the content management process as pleasant as it ever could be. Easy to use and to administer. Staging environment, Draft & Preview mode, Workflow, Versioning. Easy templates development. You'll deploy the solution quickly and scale your system as your needs grow.
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 * Jeffrey Veen: Making a better OpenSource CMS [http://www.veen.com/jeff/archives/000622.html]  * Jeffrey Veen: Making a better OpenSource CMS [[http://www.veen.com/jeff/archives/000622.html]]

Links on CMS stuff

This page is for collecting links to the world of CMS that Lenya is increasingly becoming a part of.

General sites about CMS

Other Open Source CMS

It's basically a JSP frontend on top of Jackrabbit. All data is stored on the filesystem, and one needs to know JSP (+ taglibs I assume) to create another "skin" or application on top of it.

  • ... please add

Apache Lenya

Collaborative Source License

Collaborative Source means that anyone has access to the source code but deployment in a commercial setting requires a paid license. For more information see: http://www.collaborativesource.org/. It's a bit like .org for .org, but not for .com!

Commercial CMS

  • http://www.marklogic.com/index.html

  • Xitex WebContent M1. The enterprise-class J2EE web content management server by XITEX Software. Powerful solution for making your website the cornerstone of your business success, which provides you with numerous of pluggable components to enhance its interactivity, as well as makes the content management process as pleasant as it ever could be. Easy to use and to administer. Staging environment, Draft & Preview mode, Workflow, Versioning. Easy templates development. You'll deploy the solution quickly and scale your system as your needs grow.

Threads and discussions about user needs and features

In this section we can collect postings of users explaining their requirements for a good CMS. We might want to make sure we stick to fruitful postings and articles.

How does Lenya compare to other CMS?

for CMS based on Cocoon see:

for CMSs based on PHP see:

for CMS comparison in general see:

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