Looking for decoupled CMS options

Subject: Looking for decoupled CMS options
From: TC Monkey <tc -dot- monkey -dot- mail -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2013 13:43:25 -0500

Hi folks,

I'm researching CMS options for our growing body of content and
contributors. I think I'm looking for a hybrid component/enterprise CMS but
I'm not positive, and I could use some recommendations to help narrow the
list of options. Do you know of any CMS that meets or comes close meeting
to the following requirements? Please let me know. Thanks much!

Decoupled CMS (where authoring is separate from published files)
Standards-based code
Fully customizable CSS, templates, XSLT
Ability to embed custom scripts in published output
Publishing: Ability to publish to both QA & PROD environments
Publishing: Ability to publish individual files or sets of files rather
than the entire site
Users: At least 30 concurrent users / authors (perhaps up to 100)
Users: Support for varying permissions / roles among authors & contributors
Editing: Ability to edit in WYSIWYG and in source code
Editing: Efficiency features like global search & replace
Custom metadata

We don’t need:
Search engine for output (we have the Google Search Appliance)
Hosting of source or output
Social media / user forums

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