At OSCon this year I'll be talking about Perl Content Management Systems. I've been scribbling a lot about what I could or should say, and I'm starting to look for ways to make all this coherent. First and foremost, I'm looking for ways to make the talk more than a catalogue of a few options.
In that, I'd appreciate input. The idea is not to pick the best CMS, but rather to show the variety of options, knowing that all can be extended into doing what you want them to do but that depending on what that is it might be better to chose one over the other. If you have anything you'd like to see me focus on, this is the time to shout as I'll soon be starting to write my talk down.
The current list of CMSs that I'll be covering include Slash, Bricolage, CallistoCMS, and perhaps XIMS (depending on input from the authors). I'll perhaps also cover Tessera, depending on whether the Properties/Collection code is stable by then (or at least vaguely usable to demonstrate the idea). If I haven't included your favourite baby, please don't hesitate to drop me an email explaining what it is and why you'd like to see it covered (it ought to be different enough from the above ones). I'll probably be emailing the authors soonish to ask if they agree with what I'll be saying.