Projects / BlazeBlogger


BlazeBlogger is a simple-to-use but capable CMS for the command line. It produces static content without the need of database servers or server side scripting. It is suitable for a wide variety of Web presentations, from a personal weblog to a project page or even a company presentation.

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Recent releases

  •  20 Feb 2011 15:30

    Release Notes: This release introduces several enhancements regarding search engine optimizations (SEO), as well as minor changes to the user interface, including the possibility to use aliases.

    •  10 Nov 2010 00:35

      Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that may have caused some links to point to an incorrect page.

      •  30 Oct 2010 14:34

        Release Notes: This release fixes four bugs that may have caused BlazeBlogger to sort entries in a wrong order, to produce invalid RSS feed, or fail to run properly when using an older version of Perl.

        •  27 Sep 2010 21:32

          Release Notes: This release features enhanced RSS feed creation, support for both HTML and XHTML standards, and improved blog post navigation.

          •  17 Oct 2009 23:00

            Release Notes: This release introduces the "core.processor" configuration option, making it possible to use whatever markup language the user wishes. Newly available are also bash completion and a quick reference card.

            Recent comments

            01 Mar 2011 02:56 tonytraductor

            BlazeBlogger is awesome. I installed one at and built a new, spacey theme for it. It's easy to configure/theme, and administer. Much simpler than other blogging software (well, at least if you can manage a bash prompt).


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