I've been thinking a bit about Content Management recently since receiving the Basex newsletter that discussed the benefits of an Open Source Content Management System (CMS) versus a Commercial CMS (of course I blogged my two cents worth).
As I started to get back into things, I noticed that the majority of hits to this site are those coming to check out the CMS Reviews I did on Reddot and Ektron (I reviewed 5 or 6 CMS systems, but these 2 get all the hits), and they were not all that favorable. The posts on my reviews are now three years old, and apparently are still pretty high up on the search results, which leads me to believe that perhaps I should be reviewing and blogging about various CMS systems, but I hate that idea when I think about the different requirements that users have.
The primary force preventing me from writing about CMS systems is that there are already some great resources out there for finding this type of information. CMS Matrix is a good for getting started and finding out key feature availability for each of about 1200 CMSs. From there, CMS Watch kind of owns the review market. But perhaps there's a middle ground.
All of this is leading to the fact that there is a new industry report out that I need to read...a 2008 Market Survey on Open Source CMSs....at 50+ pages, it looks like a properly done research project.