In pursuit of the perfect content management system, I've begun experiementing with Emacs macros. How quaint! Although there are *two* implementations of XML-RPC for emacs, I've created thin LISP shells around external commands that let me retrieve articles and save them with M-a and M-s! Huzzah!
Also, this CMS uses HTTP authentication and Blowfish encryption to provide some protection against TCP snoopers.
I've made good use of XMLRPC::Lite and Apache to do my evil bidding. I should be able to have the CMS go live next week.
And then we can have some fun!
Channeling Space Ghost:
May cause drowsiness!
From your coffin!
Because you're dead!