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Recent Resource Annoucements v.0

From time to time, it’d probably make sense to forward along interesting finds. I’ve actually been looking for an aggregator that will parse some of the blogSpot’rs on blogs4God … until then … enjoy these:

CAMPWARE : ware it’s at
[ 01.November.02] The new version of CAMPSITE, Campware’s multilingual, Unicode-based web-content-management system for news sites is here! … We’ve kept the good stuff …

Siteframe
Siteframe is a lightweight content-management system designed for the rapid deployment of community-based websites. With Siteframe, a group of users can share stories and photographs, send email, and participate in group activities. Siteframe enables this by providing web-based content management, so that anyone can create content without needing to learn HTML.

GLUEwiki:GLUEwiki
GLUE is a soapbox engine. It is a PHP/mySQL framework which can be used to set up discussion sites or weblog sites. Its roots come from WebLogs, but unlike single-person WebLogs, its main focus are discussions. That doesn’t mean you can’t use it as a simple weblog engine, of course. ;)

PowerBlog.net
PowerBlog has been approved and posted at Download.com. It will be interesting to see whether it brings a significantly greater number of users … PB is still being worked on, and I’m still hammering away at the bugs.

b2 – a classy weblog tool
What is b2 ? A classy news/weblog tool (aka logware). How does it work ? You type something and hit “blog this” and in the next second it’s on your page(s). You can write extended entries, or even entries that span multiple pages. You can also use BloggerAPI clients to post to your b2 weblog.

Nucleus – Manual
Nucleus is a Content Management System (CMS): a powerful set of PHP scripts that allow you to maintain one or more weblogs or online journals.

So what have YOU been looking at this week?

2 Comments

  1. I was trying to get SiteFrame running last night. I’ve run into an irritating bug that I hope to work around. I can tell you, however, that the PHP code behind this app is the best code in ANY language that I’ve ever seen.

    I’ve also been playing with Zope a lot lately. And I’m going to buy a copy of Macromedia Contribute for my church when the Mac client comes out in January. Not a server app, but still, very cool.

  2. Oh, one more thing…

    I was reading about pMachine the other day at http://www.pmachine.com. Wow, uber-blog.