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=============================================================== Multisite for Elgg (C) 2010-12 Marcus Povey All Rights Reserved Released under GPLv2 (See LICENCE.txt) =============================================================== What is it? =========== MP Multisite for Elgg allows you to run multiple separate Elgg sites off of the same install of the codebase, saving disk space and making administration a whole bunch easier. Once installed, adding new Elgg sites is a matter of clicking on a button and entering in some details. What can I do with it? ====================== You can do everything that you can do with Elgg, but with the ability to create new networks on demand. This will for example let you: * Set up your own version of Ning! * In your organisation or institution, easily set up Elgg sites for each department. * ... etc... Building from Git ================= Please note, you can not run elgg multisite straight from a git checkout. I.e. You can't just git clone the repo into a directory and point your webserver at it. To run from a git checkout you must build the project. To help you do this the project includes an Apache Ant build file which contains some handy installation options: * ant test - builds and installs into CURRENTUSER/~public_html/multisiteelgg_VERSION * ant release - builds a release .zip file which you can use to install into another location. Modify paths accordingly. See elggmulti/README.txt for more...