The Apache Lenya development community announced the 1.2.1 release of Apache Lenya. Apache Lenya is an Open-Source Content Management System written in Java
and based on XML and XSLT. Lenya is built on top of Apache Cocoon and other components from the Apache Software Stack. Its XML-centric architecture allows for content delivery targeted to the capabilities of various devices, and avoids data lock-in. Apache Lenya is built around Off the Shelf components from the Apache Software Foundation. Apache Lenya comes with the features you can expect of a modern Content Management System, such as Revision Control, Scheduling, a built-in Search Engine, separate Staging Areas, and Workflow. Apache Lenya 1.2.1 is based on Cocoon, but Lenya 1.2.1 is also known to work with Cocoon 2.1.6. You can use Cocoon features such as Caching, multi-channel output, it’s many connectivity options to quickly build customized solutions to meet your specific needs that are not already covered by Apache Lenya.