CMS that use a repository instead of database for content

For instance, this post is to list (and solicit additions) CMSes that use a version control repository (or at least RCS files) instead of a database: The first one I've found is DaizuCMS Daizu CMS looks to be a one-man project in the early stages.  It doesn't even have a UI (which may actually be … Continue reading CMS that use a repository instead of database for content

Blogs as bookmark tools

One of the reasons I (and I'm sure others) use a blog is to talk about a product and put a link to it so we can find it again later.  So in affect, I'm using my blog as a bookmark too (with summaries.)  Many popular blogs (like slashdot) are geared towards that.  In fact, … Continue reading Blogs as bookmark tools

The trouble with Blogs, Wikis, and Forums

There are a lot of great tools out there for blogging, wikis, and forums. Some of them even look nice and are (somewhat) friendly to use. I like wordpress, I like blogger, I like phpBB (except for the appearance), punBB, and others forum tools. I like wikis quite a lot. I've tried a lot of … Continue reading The trouble with Blogs, Wikis, and Forums