Adaptive Website Framework (AWF) is a modern content management system and development framework. Most of its code is object-oriented and very easy to extend. It features support for multiple Web sites and languages, content versioning, caching, community portal functions (online list, forums, instant messages, newsletters, weblogs, wiki, etc.), image upload and galleries, a lexicon, a modular full-text search engine, an auto repair function for database tables, XML and PDF export, and RSS and LDAP support. Changes can be made on a preview site and published at a later time on the live site. Fully flexible URLs allow the replacement of existing static Web sites.
Beryo is a Web content management system. It outputs valid XHTML and CSS 2.0, and its backend is very intuitive. It features a very simple system of publication, a file cache system, several existing modules (such as forum, agenda, news), internationalization, and basic monitoring. Beryo tries to be as simple as possible but keeps a high level of configurability.
BoreWiki provides a Web form interface to edit reStructuredText formatted text and creates static (X)HTML pages out of it. It provides password-based user authentication, and has directory-based access control for these users. All edited and saved pages are stored in RCS files if there is need to access old content.
CMME (Content Management Made Easy) is a Web content management system that aims to be easy to use, doesn't have many requirements, and is still reasonably flexible. It doesn't need a database, doesn't have extensive administrative needs, and works more or less like a wiki. New pages can be made on the fly, rather than through an administrative page.
Dokeos is a Web application to manage learning and collaboration activities. It allows the teacher/trainer to create content, to structure activities along a sequenced path, to interact with students/trainees, and to follow their progress. It has been translated into 31 languages, and is used by more than 3500 organizations worldwide.
DotNetWikiBot Framework is a full-featured client API with a console interface that allows you to build programs and Web robots easily to manage information on MediaWiki-powered sites. DotNetWikiBot Framework is intended to help with many complicated and routine tasks of wiki site development and maintenance. Any .NET language can be used to access DotNetWikiBot library functions. Only minimal programming skills are required to make bots with DotNetWikiBot Framework.
FinScribe is a flexible Web authoring application which provides wiki and weblog authoring functionality in one application (commonly referred to as a "bliki"). Originally written as a technology demonstration for the Fins Web application framework, FinScribe has grown into a full featured application that offers the best features of many different applications in one easy-to-use package.
Galena was originally designed as a modular bot to serve commands on various protocols (Jabber, IRC, email, HTTP, FTP). Because of its design, Galena2 developed into a framework for server side applications, especially for Web applications and content management systems (CMS). Addins like wiki, message board, and news system are already included.
GeboGebo is a wiki system written for tdbengine. It stores all data in a local database structure and thus provides an indexed fulltext search. It uses a simple syntax, and has user lists, pages history, a missing pages list, and a recent changes list. Image and file upload are possible, but can be disabled. This allows it to work as a small document management system. A blacklist allows you to lock existing pages from being edited or new pages from being created. It can also be run in static mode, where all pages are additionally held as static HTML pages.