Web 2.0 makes users the main actors for publishing content and creating applications on the web. The increasing of information overload and consequently the decrease of its quality are the main problems of this domain. Content Management Systems (CMS) provide the ability to publish on the web by offering simple publishing tools for ordinary users with no technical skills. Content available on the web created using the CMS is not well controlled and requires efficient process that evaluates its quality. Therefore, content management systems contribute to the problem related to information and content quality similarly to Web 2.0 tools.