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Rainbow CMS available today in 29 languages, allows content authoring to be safely delegated to role-based team members who need little or no knowledge of HTML. Rainbow optionally supports a two-step approval-publish process. 75 plug-in modules are now included in the standard release. It is also fairly easy to build your own custom modules.
Armstrong is an open-source publishing system designed for news organizations that gives your team the technology edge it needs to report in a media-rich environment. It gives your team the tools and editorial workflow to build a sustainable and engaged audience. Its feature include Media management, Mobile support, Membership management, CRM integration, Social media integration and lot more.
Weceem is a CMS written with the Grails application framework (and associated plugins) that can be easily extended or embedded in your own Grails applications. There are numerous customisation points that allow you to tailor the security mechanisms, administration skin, url paths, scope for custom data types and server-side scripting using Groovy. It is built from the ground up to be embeddable as well as a standalone application.
Hippo CMS (Hippo Content Management System) is the web-based graphical user interface that provides access to the content in the repository. It provides an easy way to create and manage your content, i.e. to write or upload, share, print, search, refer to, edit and structure content, assign rights to do so, have content automatically validated against your business rules and restore previous versions of the content.
Apache Lenya is an Open Source Java/XML Content Management Framework and comes with revision control, site management, scheduling, search, WYSIWYG editors, and workflow.
A simple CMS (Content Management System) for Google's AppEngine. Cruise Control for AppEngine supports: drafting/publishing blog posts post commenting managing links (a.k.a blog-roll) static pages and site/blog themes Check out the Cruise Control for AppEngine blog for the latest info. Also, you can visit our discussion group to ask about anything related to Cruise Control for AppEngine.