Scoop is a database-backed weblog management system. It is written in perl, and uses mySQL for the backend database. It allows story posting and submission, threaded discussions, user accounts, story moderation, and a lot of customization.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content Message Boards Site Management|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD NetBSD Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: Many new features and bugfixes, including archiving, file uploads, macros, more flexible comment ratings, much improved documentation, a search tool for admins, logging of admin actions, better support for sites with closed queues, and improvements to ads and subscriptions.
Release Notes: This release includes numerous new features and bugfixes, including a dynamic comment mode, a new blocks admin tool, an auto-format posting mode, spell checker, sub-sections, improved op handling, and a cache re-write.
Release Notes: Many new features, including new site control interface, support for RSS feeds, new Web-based cron system, better user preferences, section-based permissions, clean URLs, and much more in this release. Also many bug fixes and performance improvements have been made.
Release Notes: A new installer, many security fixes, a new ability to send out site digests daily, weekly, or monthly, and much more.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes, a security fix in HTML filtering, running as a mod_perl handler instead of under Apache::Registry, no more use of CGI.pm, and a cleaner configuration scheme.