From Weblog to CMS with WordPress (269 tags)
Weblog software is now so easy to use that almost anyone can keep a weblog up-to-date. In some cases, it's almost powerful enough to replace a more traditional content management system. John McCreesh describes how he replaced his CMS with WordPress to run a community site.
Nukes: the Open Source Java CMS (22 tags)
When the JBoss group recently revamped its site, its plan was to use an open source Java content management system. Failing that, JBoss developers created Nukes, based on PHP's PostNuke. Marc Fleury and Julien Viet explain what they learned and how it works.
Open Source Content Management with Plone (20 tags)
Publishing web sites is easy for geeks. When you're tired of your users asking you to make tiny changes that they could easily handle themselves, it's time to consider a content management system (CMS). If you're a Python or Zope fan, you may have heard of Plone, a powerful and easy-to-use CMS. If not, let Brad Bollenbach convince you to give it a try.
Installing Bricolage (15 tags)
Though CPAN makes it possible to write large and powerful applications, distributing those applications can prove daunting. In the case of the Bricolage content management system, though, David Wheeler's installation guide here will walk you through the process.
Content Management with Bricolage (13 tags)
David Wheeler presents an introduction to the Bricolage content management system (CMS).