papaya CMS is an Open Source Content Management System (CMS) based on PHP, XSLT and XML.
Various databases (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite) are supported.
While the website of the CMS is currently only available in German, the source code documentation and the install help are english.
... [More] you should have any questions concerning the papaya CMS, please feel free to contact us ;-) [Less]
Blank Application is the first CMS 2.0 OpenSource solution that allows you to manage :
* Multiple websites
* Assets (articles, images, videos)
* User and rights
* RSS agregator
* and soon ... web services mashup, easy virtualization ...
with multilingual support, optimized search engine, and RESTfull API, whatever you want to publish, Blank Application is your solution.
Based on the popular Ruby on Rails framework with support for the latest releases (V 2.3.5), BA helps you to quickly generate flexible website for free. [Less]
Kiwi-CMS is an open source Content Management System built using open source components.
Based on J2EE technologies, it is robust and scalable.
Web sites are organised into 'Sections' which can old 'Documents'.
Sections are using a templating system based on JSP pages.
Documents are defined
... [More] using XSD, edited using XForms and published using XSLT. The edition process is orchestrated using dedicated workflows.
Other specific collaborating tools are integrated like mailing list, forum, surveys, download folders, etc... [Less]
RemoteCP is an open-source CMS. But it is not like the others! RemoteCP does not require you to install a whole CMS with admin panels. The administation panel is located on our server, your server only runs a simple viewer.
To clarify, I am writing the ability for a user to manage multiple sites, on multiple domains from within a single cms install. Ideally, the cms would have the ability to restrict users so they could only edit particular sites.
I've looked at a number of different systems (Radiant, Frog, Drupal
... [More], Silverstripe, CMS Made Simple, Django sites) but none of them really manage to pull this off (yet). I've also had a look at Expression Engine, but although this system has a module for this feature, EE isn't suited to the applications I want to use it for.
livejournal is god example for it but it will be python (django) with more opportunity for automation
I also have a view in order to test how it can be used on several machines and on machines where no mod_python support (remote hosting)
FuturesLoad templates from database. Site (add/edit/delete) Page (add/edit/delete) User (add/edit/delete) Links navigation (add/edit/delete) Tags (category) Links (extern credits or exchange) [Less]