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Postnuke is a free, open source content management system forked from PHP-Nuke. The Postnuke project was started because some PHP-Nuke users believed that there should be a more open development environment than PHP-Nuke had at the time. They felt that the only way this could be done was to develop their own fork of the PHP-Nuke project. Postnuke is now a separate project from PHP-Nuke, sharing very little code (if any) with the original project.

Some other projects have forked from the Postnuke code themselves. Two notable examples are Envolution[?] and Xaraya.

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External links:

  • Postnuke.com (http://www.postnuke.com) is the home of the user community and developers.

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