What I like most is that the same issue mentions Magnolia as one of the 10 popular open source CMS systems - even if Ric Shreves has gotten some things wrong in the article:
- the licensing is not dual mode but we have several products, some commercial, some open source
- the community is quite extraordinary, with 200 people subscribed to the developer list and some outstanding external (to obinary) core members like Fabrizio (who is also committer for displaytag and Maven) and Alexandru (who has been contributing to a number of open source projects)
- there are no modules because the way magnolia works, functional modules are rarely needed. Since the data management is completely dynamic (no database tables to create and rows to add) you can simply define a data unit (paragraph) and are read to rock.