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I'm going down the list at:
here is a nice general comparison page:
based on this comparison. I would go with opencms. As for pure functionality webgui seems to be the best except it doesn't have version control.
is a java, xml based cms. It seems very far advanced. It has a wysiwyg editor but only works on IE on Windows. It does versioning, forms for structured content, basic file system syncing.
I think it could be modified to work with subversion, so external resources could be stored in subversion. This way it could work offline a little. Perhaps the whole thing could be accessed via a synching webdav client (like subversion) because it seems the main view of it is a directory tree.
there is a really large group of "solution providers" that are based around this. only 4 are in the us and none are in boston
I have found to browser based xml editors. They are pretty cool. One is a comercial one for ie the other is an open source one for mozilla.
This is a java, xml base cms it is based on cocoon. It was donated to apache. It has many good pieces. Including integration with several browser based xml editors.
This appears to be targeted towards newspapers.
This is a php based cms. It is hard see how it would fit our needs. It seems to be more wiki, blog based. My sense is their goal is to make community built open web sites. So it doesn't fit with our model of tight controled private releases. This is just my first impression how ever. http://www.drupal.org/
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