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Geeklog: The secure CMS.


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Slides for the Geeklog lightning talk at FOSDEM 2012.

What is Geeklog? Why should you use it (and when should you not)? Features include Unix-like permissions and an extensible spam filter. We're a small community, welcoming new contributors. We've also taken part in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) from 2007-2010.

Requirements: PHP, a database (MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, or MS SQL Server), and a webserver (Apache, Zeus, Microsoft IIS or any other webserver that supports PHP).

Geeklog is release under the GNU General Public License, version 2 (GPLv2). Find us on

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Geeklog: The secure CMS.

  1. The secure CMS.
  2. Yet another CMS?
  3. more than 10 years
  4. Focus onSecurity
  5. Unix-likePermissions
  6. Community
  7. RequirementsPHPMySQL, MariaDB,PostgreSQL, MS SQLApache, Zeus, IIS
  8. For DevelopersGPLv2Plugin APIHTML-based themes
  9. www.geeklog.netIRC: #geeklog on
  10. CreditsGeeklog logo by Simon LordGroklaw logo provided by Pamela JonesTag cloud made with WordleVAG Rounded font © Adobe (licensed)Photos via Flickr, in order of appearance:that unimpressed look by SMN...and Blow by Theresa ThompsonKeymaster by Sean McGrathLook closely by Dirk HaunNumber lock by Dirk Haun68/365 Spam Lite by Dave ParkerCAUTION by Henrique VicentePuzzle2 by wilhei55GSoC T-Shirt Collection by Dirk HaunWrite Your Story Blank Lined Notebook Paper Presentation: by D. Sharon Pruitt Dirk HaunThank You by Margherita J. L. Lisoni