WebGUI

webgui

Web site: www.webgui.org (not active) Category: Network Subcategory: Content Management System Platform: Cross-platform License: GNU GPL Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: WebGUI First release: 2001 WebGUI – a perl-based web application and web site framework designed to let the people who create the content manage it, and let the technical folks get back to tech stuff. WebGUI … Read more

JSPWiki

jspwiki

Web site: jspwiki.apache.org Category: Network Subcategory: Wiki Platform: Cross-platform License: Apache Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: First release: 2001 JSPWiki – a wiki software built around standard Java J2EE components, servlets and JSP. The application was originally written by Janne Jalkanen in 2001 and released under the LGPL license. As of July 2013, JSPWiki is a top-level … Read more

Movable Type

movable type

Web site: movabletype.org Category: Network Subcategory: Content Management System Platform: Cross-platform License: GNU GPL Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: Movable Type First release: October 8, 2001 Movable Type – a weblog publishing system that is freely licensed in some versions (under the GNU GPL) and is developed by the Californian company Six Apart. The original name was … Read more

Keynote

keynote

Web site: www.tranglos.com (not active | github.com/dpradov/keynote-nf Category: Office Subcategory: Notes Platform: Windows License: MPL Interface: GUI Wikipedia: Keynote First release: 2001 Keynote (now: KeyNote NF) – a tabbed notebook with RichText editor, multi-level notes and strong encryption for MS Windows users. The KeyNote NF project is an evolution of Tranglos Keynote (of Marek Jedlinski), … Read more

OpenWGA

openwga

Web site: www.openwga.com Category: Network Subcategory: Content Management System Platform: Cross-platform License: GNU GPL Interface: Web-interface Wikipedia: OpenWGA First release: 2001 OpenWGA – an open-source, Java-based content management system (CMS) created by Gate GmbH company. It shows just an RTF-Editor in a popup window which is not understand WYSIWYG. Authors need exact control over paragraph … Read more