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================================================================================ _ ____ __ __ ____ / \ _ __ ___ __ _ _ __ ___ / ___| \/ / ___| / _ \ | '__/ __/ _` | '_ \ / _ \ | | |\/| \___ \ / ___ \| | | (__ (_| | | | | __/ |___| | | |___) | /_/ \_\_| \___\__,_|_| |_|\___|\____|_| |_|____/ ArcaneCMS https://github.com/maxfierke/arcanecms http://www.maxfierke.com/projects ================================================================================ Who are you? http://www.maxfierke.com/about What is this? ArcaneCMS is a content management system written in PHP. It's a rewrite of my former personal content management system. ArcaneCMS is designed to be lightweight, simple to implement into existing designs and sites, and almost invisible to the visitor (unlike certain CMSs *cough*Joomla&Drupal*cough*). ArcaneCMS runs on a modified version of the Simple PHP Framework. More details in LICENSE. Why?!? Because I can :) How do I use it? Short Answer: You can't (yet). Long Answer: You can, but I haven't really gotten far enough to make it convenient for you. There's no installer, there's no admin interface (yet). There's minimal documentation. It's simple enough that you should be able to figure it out if you dig through the code and the included database file. What are the requirements? PHP 5.3 with PDO (I still need to test with 5.4, but it should work) SQL server (MySQL and SQLite are implemented and officially supported. Postgre support will be added soon. Any PDO supported database should work (in theory), but you need to add it yourself and replace any incompatible SQL with database-dependent SQL. Look at the Database class (class.database.php) in the includes directory) A webserver with rewrite functionality (I support Apache and nginx) See INSTALL Where/How can I use this? See LICENSE Will you add <insert feature here>? Very possibly. If you make a good case for it or it's something that belongs in a content management system, I'll put it on my todo list. How can I help? 1) Email me at email@example.com 2) Design a theme for inclusion in every installation of Arcane. (Just create a single page and a CSS stylesheet and any images needed, I will convert it for use in Arcane and maintain it. You will get a "Designed by <Yourname>" and a link back to your site). The theme will need to be licensed under a license compatible with the Apache License version 2.0. 3) Submit feature requests, bug reports, etc. at: https://groups.google.com/group/arcanecms/ 4) Fork it, do a pull request and if I like your changes, I'll merge 'em.