minb (Minb Is Not a Blog) is a content management system that makes it possible to share Moments with others or just log them for your own use. The data is stored in XML-format and does not require a database. Its design is extremely modular and it supports read-only accounts for sensitive data. The engine is equally fit to be used as a blog, a personal homepage framework, or a publicly accessible information site concentrating on news or project coordination.
|Tags||Internet Web Office/Business News/Diary Text Processing Markup XML|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: New features include an installer, AJAX code, an optional BSD-licensed WYGIWYS-editor, an option to upload a picture, and tags. The library for XML parsing was changed to one with a BSD-like license. The format of storing the entries using CDATA was changed, removing the problems with special characters (Cyrillic, quotes, etc.). Each entry is saved in a separate file, avoiding some previous conflicts. The default theme was changed to one that is basicaly compatible with IE6. The management of the modules was dramatically improved, so it now can be done by drag-and-drop.
Release Notes: The default theme (still "surgery") is now CSS valid, although IE doesn't show the page correctly. This release improves modules and adds new ones. It adds a greeting message, and has major bugfixes.
Release Notes: There are many bugfixes, including major code cleanup, a complete session code rewrite, a new preview function, password management, a completely themeable user interface, and two new themes.
Release Notes: The output is now Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional. Minor bugfixes were made, and many new features added. Multiple roots support (a change of the db/users.db format to one more similar to the Unix /etc/passwd), improved preferences and php-frontend for changing them, highlighting of the search phrase, bugfixes in the preview (which is now working), and compatibility with the theme on all levels with full support of new themes.
Release Notes: Major bugfixes were made. A partial code rewrite was done. Configuration options were migrated to the config file, include/config.inc.php. A search capability was added. Much more was done.