jboss.org runs on nukes 1.1
the cms part of jboss portal (and nukes) is basic and does not aim to be a full fledged CMS (as of today). therefore it has just an interface to see the cms content and edit HTML files with a specific editor. It does not have any workflow attached to it.
The nukes technology is PHP, right ?
So, the users edit directly the HTML pages which are the current sources for the website from the wysiwyg editor...
Another question is where are the HTML pages stored : in the webdav, the file system, a database, any other way ?
actually it is a port of postnuke on JBoss/J2EE technology
in nukes, they are stored in database
in jboss portal they are stored in Slide (jakarta.apache.org/Slide) which offers wedav access and can store files on the filesystem or in database