Cahoots!

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Description

Cahoots! is a community-building platform written in PHP, and designed for encouraging interaction and Q&A in a technically-oriented community.

Cahoots! Web Site

Features

  • Supports multiple different types of content
  • WYSIWYG HTML editor with support for code syntax highlighting
  • Multiple user authentication choices including OpenID and Facebook
  • Fully searchable content database
  • Highly customizable permissions, content locking, etc
  • Automated e-mail newsletter based on site content
  • Easy to create new categories of content
  • High-performance Zend Framework
  • Simple administration with great flexibility
  • Integrates/connects with Facebook, Twitter, OpenID, and other Cahoots sites
  • Supports MetaWeblog/Blogger remote posting
  • Integrated social bookmarking for content items
  • Integrated Bad Behavior link-spam-bot protection
  • Install instructions online at http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/cahoots/index.php?title=Cahootsv2

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  • maklare
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    This is cool but it lacks a lot - it's really hard to install and as far as I can tell there are missing parts. Very neat idea though.

    Posted 10/04/2011
  • signin
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    Incomplete, No proper documentation

    Posted 01/16/2010
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

PHP

Registered

2008-12-25
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