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XMLWB (XML Whiteboard) is a light-weight Content Management System. This version stores all data in XML files and uses an XLST processor to produce the HTML. The system is written in perl and currently uses the XML::Sablotron XSLT processor.
Xeemes is a lightweight, simple, but programmable Content Management System for small and medium sized websites. It does not rely on a database, offers a Wiki-style syntax, and extensibility via XML-technology.
doXuMenTal - A lightweight XML and XSL to XHTML system that uses Xalan to create websites and documentation.
Helona is a project to provide xml based plugins (modules) and themes for Apache cocoon, forrest and lenya based web applications. The project is created to provide code that are not meeting ASF policies (e.g. including GNU LGPL licenced code).
A system that typesets XML documents with high-level LaTeX while HTML, XHTML+MathML and DocBook output is equally possible. It bases on the LaTeX-like tbook DTD developed for this project, XSLT transformations and further tools.
yalCMS (Yet Another Lean Content Management System) is a CMS especially intended for small, private websites running on a private or hosted server. Its main target is to provide an easy-to-use technology, so that everyone (even my mum) can use it.