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Wyam - A modular static content and static site generator.

  •    CSharp

Wyam is a simple to use, highly modular, and extremely configurable static content generator that can be used to generate web sites, produce documentation, create ebooks, and much more. Since everything is configured by chaining together flexible modules (that you can even write yourself), the only limits to what it can create are your imagination. For more information see Wyam.io.

BlogEngine.NET

  •    ASPNET

BlogEngine.NET is a full featured blog engine targeted at .NET developers. It is light weight and very simple to modify and extend.

Postleaf - Simple, beautiful publishing with Node.js.

  •    Javascript

Simple, beautiful publishing. Postleaf is a beautifully designed open source blogging platform built for the modern publisher. It has a minimal admin panel, Inline WYSIWYG Editing, Semantic Markup and lot more.

MvcBlog

  •    ASPNET

A blog made with ASP.NET MVC and LINQ to SQL. Planned features: - Pretty urls (well it is mvc) - Multiple blogs in the same database.




BlogML .NET

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BlogML .NET a set of .NET libraries for working with the BlogML format. You can learn more about BlogML by visiting its website: http://code.google.com/p/blogml

Enhanced BlogEngine.NET

  •    ASPNET

Enhanced BlogEngine.NET is an alternative and customized version of full featured ASP.NET blog engine. Features Multilingual support for posts, pages, etc...

dasBlog

  •    ASPNET

dasBlog is a blogging application that doesn't require a database! It runs on ASP.NET 2.0 and up and is developed in C#. It has a rich templating engine, easy to develop macros and lots of great features.

Owlpal

  •    ASPNET

Owlpal is a complete personal web blog or publishing tool with the following features: - Posts, Videos, Audios, Photos, Articles, Books - Archives and permanent links - Archives page Urls - Comments - Categories - Calendar - Templates - Syndication - Pings - Trackback - Emai...


BgEngine

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BgEngine allow users to create a personal blog. This is a blog engine built using ASP MVC 3, jQuery and Entity Framework Code First

Multi BlogEngine.NET

  •    ASPNET

Multi BlogEngine.NET is a platform to build multiple blogs within a single installation. It started as an extension to BlogEngine.NET 1.3 (www.codeplex.com/blogengine) and ended up as a refactoring to support the dynamic subscription of new users, thus the dynamic creation ...

vertigo - Blog engine in Go (golang)

  •    Go

Vertigo is blogging platform similar to Ghost, Medium and Tumblr. Vertigo is written in Go and has fully featured JSON API and it can be run using single binary on all major operating systems like Windows, Linux and OSX. The frontend code is powered by Go's template/html package, which is similar to Mustache.js. The template files are in plain HTML and JavaScript (vanilla) only appears on few pages. JavaScript is stripped down as much as possible to provide a better user experience on different devices. Vertigo also ships without any CSS frameworks, so it is easy to start customizing the frontend with the tools of your choice.

lazyblorg - Blogging with Org-mode for very lazy people

  •    Python

There is a list of similar/alternative Org-mode blogging projects whose workflows seem really tedious to me. See my original post to the Org-mode ML for how this idea of lazyblorg started in 2011.

django-fluent-blogs - A blog engine with flexible block contents (based on django-fluent-contents)

  •    Python

Note that not all applications are required; tagging is optional, and so are the various fluent_contents.plugin.* packages. To display the blog contents, a fluent_blogs/base.html file needs to be created. This will be used to map the output of the module to your site templates.

smallblog - A simple self-hosted no-db blog, inspired by Hugo

  •    Go

The main goal of this project is to show how easily you can develop a flat file blog with markdown as the primary writing language. It's not perfect, it will never be, some people are already doing great things based on that idea, like Hugo for instance. Smallblog is a quick project. The goal is to take some markdown files with front matter headers (written in yaml), parse them, render them and store the resulting HTML in memory. Which means, the more markdown files you have, the more memory smallblog will consume. It can also generate a static website, but that's not as fun.