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Bluefish is a powerful editor for experienced web designers and programmers. Bluefish supports many programming and markup languages, but it focuses on editing dynamic and interactive websites.656 weekly downloads
doorGets CMS PHP offers a free, Open-source Website solution315 weekly downloads
Ferret CMS is a Content Management System based on Zope. It is focused on easy administration and fast deployment of a web site. It has a workflow mechanism with roles that can be assigned to backend users.
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OpenISP: A suite of ISP Management Software (GPL licensed.) mysqlBind, mysqlApache, mysqlRadius, mysqlSendmail, mysqlISP, mysqlRadacct, mysqlIPM and others. NOTICE: Moved to freshmeat.net and www.openisp.net. For third party wrappers: unixservice.com
OpenMinded tries to bring OpenSource solutions to local administrations (SMGOs), integrating different levels from OS to Apps, giving easy access for this entities to the Information Society and concerning them about the importance of this.
Siteseed is a PHP/MySQL based CMS system, for unix like operating systems, capable of handling huge loads. Unlike most CMS systems siteseed is built for speed and easy of use by the editorial staff. Used by some 2/3 of the Portuguese national TV networks