The first site we built that employed a content management system was for Scout Troop 125. The site is a custom themed installation of Community Server 2007. Underneath the hood this is an integrated suite of ASP.NET Web applications, including a blog engine, discussion groups, photo gallery and a file folder system. The backend database is MSSQL 2005. It's probably one of the more heavily over-engineered Boy Scout Web sites you'll find. It requires Microsoft-based hosting. It's a "heavy" content management system with lots of bells, whistles, iron steam shovels and lead flywheels. By far, the "killer app" for the Scouts and parents has been the multiple-author blog, which is tied to an blog emailing service called Feedblitz.