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Anchor CMS 0.4

129 votes cast

Anchor is a content management system, built especially for art-directed blogs.
2 comments posted
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Chyrp 2.1

107 votes cast

Chyrp is a blogging engine designed to be very lightweight while retaining functionality. It is powered by PHP and has very powerful theme and extension engines, so you can personalize it however you want.
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Croogo 1.3.5

326 votes cast

A CakePHP powered CMS
8 comments posted
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doorGets CMS 6.0

34 votes cast

doorGets CMS is very easy to use, written in PHP with MySQL Database. You can't get any easier... try it !
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Dotclear 2.4.3

613 votes cast

DotClear was design only for weblogs management, and do it well. It is completely free! DotClear is a free software distributed under the GNU General Public License.
18 comments posted
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Easyblog v1.1

18 votes cast

The lightweight blogging system, true for small projects.
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FlatPress 1.0

392 votes cast

FlatPress is an open-source standard-compliant multi-lingual extensible blogging engine which does not require a database to work. You don’t need MySQL because FlatPress stores all of its content on text files. All you need is a PHP-enabled web space.
13 comments posted
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Habari 0.8

229 votes cast

While there are a number of technical reasons that highlight the differences and advantages Habari has over other blogging packages, a major component of what makes Habari different is its community participation model.
7 comments posted
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HTMLy 1.8

12 votes cast

HTMLy is an open source databaseless blogging platform prioritizing simplicity and speed (Flat-File Blog). HTMLy using markdown file to store all its posts.
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LifeType 1.2.11

1193 votes cast

The goal of the LifeType project is to create a stable multi-user and multi-blogging platform, to strengthen the concept of communities around blogs.
60 comments posted
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