Hi all -
Does anyone have practical experience with either of these:
* Oxygen WebHelp for DITA 
* Adobe Experience Manager (specifically, XML Documentation solution
for Adobe Experience Manager )
We already use Oxygen to edit DITA source and are looking for a
reasonably simple way to output user docs for multiple
products/versions/languages. The end result will be a pubs library
that customers can access through a browser. Integration with GitHub
and Jira would be a plus.
We expect the setup and customization to require some effort from
specialists and developers, but once it's up and running TWs should be
able to generate and publish output with a handful of clicks.
These are fairly new, fairly niche products without much of a track
record. Oxygen WebHelp looks promising, has at least a few active
users. It's concerning that I can find few references to AEM and none
to XML Doc for AEM that come from actual satisfied tech writers; all
of the praise and buzz comes from Adobe or Adobe resellers or industry
pundits who were impressed by the white paper.