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README.md

femto

femto blog system

femto lives up to its name: Being a minimalistic system, it satisfies all my requirements for a blog system (and maybe yours as well): simple, speedy and secure. femto is no overkill software. It tries to do one thing well, without bugging you. Nevertheless/Therefore the feature list tells its own tale:

Features

  • multilingual,
  • comments function,
  • simple, modern and responsive design,
  • high-level security standards,
  • convenient administration,
  • multi user and permissions administration,
  • ATOM Feed and sitemap.xml generation,
  • clean code and
  • of course, Open Source and Free Software.

Install

See the INSTALL file. (There will be an installation wizard soon. Stay tuned.)

Requirements
  • HTTP Server with URL rewriting
    • Apache2 with mod_rewrite (.htaccess included), recommended: mod_expires, mod_deflate
    • or nginx with http_rewrite_module (config files included), recommended: http_headers_module
  • PHP >= 5.3.7, recommended: 5.5.0
    • with PDO
    • with locale (Gettext) support
  • Database
    • MySQL >= 5.0.2
    • or PostgreSQL >= 9.0
    • with support for Views, Triggers/Functions, recommended: Create User and Grant Privileges

More?

You can find a short description on the author’s blog page: https://eduard-dopler.de/en/femto/