I've watched some tutorials for Muse ... it looks lovely. I'm a developer, not a designer, so I'd love to be able to use Muse to put a pretty face on my back-end code. I haven't designed a site in many years where the content on many of the pages doesn't change at least weekly. Most change daily or even more often than that. My systems contain workflow features including WYSIWYG document content editing with a document publishing workflow. The systems have roles such as author, editor, approval and publish.
A published document is scheduled to go public on the web site at a certain time. A title and intro might appear on the summary page. Clicking the title takes the reader to the full article, which may have been automatically paginated into several pages. The article resents a perma-link for easy reference from other web sites. The publishing schedule for the document contains two dates; publish-on-date and archive-on-date.
Event publishing is an important feature of many web sites. For a church there is the anouncement of the Sunday sermon topic with a description. These events may be scheduled months in advance. The Sunday Service page always shows the next four topics. The home page always shows the topic for the next Sunday. Once the date has passed, the event document appears in the Sermon archive where an audio recording of the delivered talk is linked.
Until Muse can let me integreate my code into the produced pages, I don't seen how I could ever use it. Even if it lets me define where I want to insert code and just leave HTML comments there, that might be enough.