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Blog search engines: are any of them still alive?

One of the recent contenders which is gaining popularity is feedle. Few smaller search engines provide filters for searching blogs and “small web” sites, see Marginalia (with "Blogosphere" ...
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Is there a JS /PHP (not Node.js related) library to support blogging?

I have finally found something: couchCMS It is called CMS, but actually it is a kind of the programming framework, more or less what I was looking for. You can add it to any existing site without a ...
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An open source headless CMS or blog engine with an option for eCommerce module

Strapi is a good choice for your use case. Free, open-source and self-hosted and you can use modern dev tools like React and node.js on your frontend and delve deeper.
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Need a software where I write in markdown and it gets published in my domain name hosted on github?

You can do this with Jekyll. Once you install it in your site, you need to just duplicate your post and write everything through markdown. Also there are tons of themes to customize the looks. Best of ...
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Blog Search Engines : is there any of them still alive (2022)?

I found one called Blog Surf. According to the info, it searches a hand-curated set of (currently) about 900 blogs. That's not a huge reach, but it does seem to be only blogs.
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Open source blog hosting platform

Try Mastodon. It's basically Twitter, but free as in freedom, open source, and distributed. Word counts and other rules are set by the instance owner. Here's a list of servers/instances. PS: "As ...
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Open source blog hosting platform

It's not open source, but Mighty Networks is a social network-as-a-service that allows you to create your own social network, on which your users can post or comment. See Mighty Communities for ...
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Knowledge base or blog platform for developers

You can try Read the Docs is the more appropriate I've seen for this. Here you can see their own documentation: https://docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
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Open-source clone or knock-off of popular social platform?

GNU Social and Pump.io is something you're looking for. Both of them are decentralized and can be hosted on your own web server. GNU Social is also made by Free Software Foundation, which I find ...
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Temporary, light-weight blogging software that is easily exportable

What about https://tiddlywiki.com ? It is not a dedicated blogging software but it can certainly function as one. You can write in either local flavor of wikitext or markdown. Can be exported as ...
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Temporary, light-weight blogging software that is easily exportable

How about reStructuredText? It's free. It's a pretty complex markup language under the hood, but still just a text-based, mostly human-readable markup language. Markdown is simpler (about as simple ...
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A web application for corporate team blog

have you considered an intranet based wordpress application? There's a tutorial on it on lynda.com
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Free & easy blog platform with option to let others see it only with a password, no need to register

You might try Wordpress (How to Password Protect Your WordPress without User Registration). A word of caution : As there's a need to install an additional plugin, you will probably need to install ...
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Looking for a static Blog/CMS written in python

I would strongly recommend Nikola: Content can be generated/edited in reStructuredText, Markdown, IPython (Jupyter) Notebooks and HTML, and there are plugins for many other formats. Fast build & ...
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Free blog application that generates static content on site

You actually don't need a locally installed git client for Jekyll to run, since github pages will actually do the compilation for you every 10-15seconds from my experience. The only reason you need a ...
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Elgg social networking engine alternative

You might find Tiki interesting. It's a self hosted groupware platform and wiki that supports all of your listed features either built in or via plugins. It's actively maintained and as a very large ...
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Per-article pseudonyms for blogging with option to link them later

Not sure of many other solutions out there, but you should be able to do it with Write.as (note: I'm the creator), as it was built to help with this as much as possible. We have over 7,000 published ...
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Free site to show code development bogs/webpages?

gh-pages link If you want total control, i.e. the html file served then use gh-pages. These are ideal for projects, blogs and pure html. For this you might need a understanding of git etc. ...
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