In the past few days I’ve been reading a lot of reviews about Content Management Systems (CMS) at OpenSourceCMS. Great site by the way, lots of useful informations in there.
Although the site above has a lot of informations it’s really hard to find a CMS that fits your needs, most of the people who use this kind of tools are regular users and their main goal is to install and manage the CMS with success.
That way most of the reviews that I’ve found are written without a developers perspective.
Last week I was searching for a service similar to SourceForge.net but without the obligation of your project source code being open/closed.
The truth is that since Tank Legions development I’ve been addicted to SVN and although I can install SVN support on my laptop, I prefer to use it remotely. That way it will work as a backup system too.
With this in mind I found Assembla, to be honest I haven’t tried it yet but from what I’ve seen it has some nice features and it does what I was looking for.