Our good friends at UserLand software let us know that they have released a beta version of Manila, their scalable Web content management system, for Mac OS X. Additionally supported in this release is SOAP, XML-RPC, and RSS to the Mac platform. “Manila puts the capabilities of content management systems costing hundreds of thousands of dollars into a sub-$1000 package,” said Dave Winer, CEO of UserLand Software in a press announcement. “The combination of Mac OS X’s reliable UNIX-based foundation, its intuitive user interface, and Manila’s powerful content management system is perfect for the publication, company, or school that wants to set up a scalable user-managed Website.” More information about Manila for Mac OS X is available at the company’s Web site.