Maybe not what you want to read, but why don't you invest in a good wiki? 
IMHO that answers your requirements better than a SCMS....


On Tuesday, February 3, 2015 at 3:04:41 AM UTC+1, Himanshu Vijay wrote:
> My web app needs to do following:
>    1. Provide a web interface for business analysts to do CRUD operations 
>    on business rules.
>    2. Each business rule is written in a rules language. It has versions. 
>    Multiple persons can do CRUD operations on a rule. So at a very high level 
>    this whole app is like code management system but for business analysts.
>    3. Hence it will have only the basic version control functionality 
>    like versioning, maybe merging, showing conflicts on save, branching, 
>    release etc. but not the advanced features like cherry-pick commits, git 
>    stash, etc. Also, unlike Git each user is not pulling the code onto their 
>    local machine. Everything is done in browser. It's like the markdown based 
>    wiki feature of Gitlab/Github.
>    4. Can't expect business analysts to learn Git/SVN.
>    5. Some other functionality will also be there. Hence can't use hosted 
>    Gitlab etc.
>    6. Initially expecting very low traffic since limited audience. Hence 
>    looking for something that gets us going rather reinventing the wheel.
> Question: Can Git/SVN/any other-version-control-api be leveraged for this 
> functionality instead of writing our own server side code for doing version 
> control etc. ?  

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