Vanilla is a simple hypertext system (read: Wiki) written in REBOL.
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README.txt

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  Copyright (C) 2000-2009 by Andreas Bolka, Christian Langreiter
  Licensed under the Academic Free License version 2.0.


  What is it?
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  Vanilla is a simple, extensible hypertext system and framework for
  developing simple web-applications.

  Vanilla's conceptual roots lie in Ward Cunningham's WikiWikiWeb, an idea
  Vanilla fully embraced.

  Through extension mechanisms, Vanilla also provides Weblog functionality.
  This breed of software (wiki/weblog cross-over) is now commonly referred to
  as Bliki - and as far as we know Vanilla was the first of its kind.


  Downloads, Documentation, Installation, Usage
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  For all things Vanilla have a look at <URL:http://www.vanillasite.at/>.
  There you should find almost all needs satisfied. And for the needs that
  remain unsatisfied, you'll find information where and whom to ask.


  Licensing
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  Vanilla is licensed under the terms of the Academic Free License version
  2.0. Please see the accompanying LICENSE.txt file or visit
  <URL:http://www.opensource.org/licenses/afl-2.0.php>

  Vanilla is OSI Certified Open Source Software.