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Web app for reviews of proposals imported from CSV

You can try out the Proposal Review template on Simitless. you can either use it as is or take it as inspiration and modify it by deleting or adding new columns (or creating new things altogether), ...
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Flatfile CMS that allows multiple content blocks

For the benefit of anybody who runs into this question. I have now evaluated many flatfile CMS alternatives. The clear winner is Grav. With Grav you can create multiple content blocks, embed sub ...
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Q&A platform for code-based questions

You can take look at Phanbook at https://github.com/phanbook/phanbook It is completely open source and is designed to build sites like stackoverflow.
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Need a team checklist/workflow application

Have you tried ToDoList? It might work for you: you can create a task with as many sub tasks as you want, you can put a time estimate for how long each of the tasks/sub tasks will take (and you can ...
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Multi-Site Open Source CMS?

Rubedo is an open source multi-site CMS. It’s a perfect option for multiple websites: You can share content between sites Centralised administration In-line publishing capabilities Supports multi ...
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CMS with no PHP

Netlify CMS https://www.netlifycms.org Uses Git as a backend, surprisingly awesome Demo IMP! (Its My Page!) https://github.com/girobusan/imp WORKS ON NEOCITIES EVEN! When you load IMP! Locally, it ...
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CMS with no PHP

As Simba said, it is fundamentally impossible1 to have a CMS (which is, by definition, server-side) without some kind of server-side programming, be it PHP or any other technology. However, you may ...
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Need to leave WordPress as blog is growing; what CMS could I use?

That's exactly what Liferay was created for. Web content management: Add/manage sites and pages, like any other CMS Written in Java Easily drag-and-drop widgets (forums/polls/files repositories/...
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Open-source Question & Answer website engine

Check out Scoold Scoold is a Stack Overflow clone written in Java It's open source. You can try the demo here. A screenshot from their website: This is how a question in the feed, from the demo ...
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CMS for a site with lessons, tests, and scoring of papers

What you're actually looking for is not a CMS, but an LMS, or "Learning management system". This is a fairly well-established sector, quite separate from the CMS sector. The most popular product I ...
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Web application to store and query customizable data objects

After some research i found out that there are products that allows this without any software development: WordPress, as a base web environment The Pods Framework for inserting data objects in the ...
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Stock photo database

I have never installed it, but you should be able to install MediaWiki with the correct extensions to make it behave like the photo database Wikimedia Commons. The following extension will probably ...
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Customizable open-source content and file management web-app

You can use a CMS like Drupal for this, in conjuction with some of its modules. There are a number of ways to achieve this in drupal. For instance, you can have a content type called "Star" with ...
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Tool to build websites

From the experience of someone who has built a fair few websites with Grav, and maintains several plugins and themes for it, I'll try to answer points 1-7: Whilst the Admin-plugin contains just about ...
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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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how to build wysiwyg GUI/CMS in web application?

Essential Diagram for JavaScript supports creating any kind of diagram and you can also expose the palette to end users to create a dynamic email builder. I have linked to a generic dynamic builder ...
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Framework or CMS to build e-learning webapp

Moodle is a "course management system" that seems to fit your purpose. Plugin to integrate web presentations (based on reveal.js) Creatinge multiple choice questions is an established feature of the ...
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Q&A platform for code-based questions

You might want to have a look at Drupal also, together with a specific contributed module for it, which IMO does what you're looking for, and actually much more: the Answers module. Here are some ...
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CMS for job website

"Best" depends on who you would ask, but iMO you should definitely consider Drupal as part of your shortlist. You would have all sorts of options to complete your implementation using out-of-the-box ...
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Closed Source PHP CMS

As mention by Eric Shain, with a closed source CMS you won't have access to the code base anyways so it's almost pointless looking for some. In any case, the biggest and most successful CMS'es are ...
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CMS software for product showcase and comparison

The CMS, Drupal, uses many modules to provide those types of capabilities. One that I’ve used for paid digital downloads is Ubercart. Ubercart provides many features including: Current Features: ...
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Content management for existing PHP project

From what you wrote I'd say that you should have another look at Drupal. You can easily define your post content types, with custom field names, field types and relational fields. You can translate ...
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Self-hosted CMS for code snippets

Gitlab has, in addition to being a git repository manager, a snippet section. It has user management and syntax highlighting for a lot of languages. There are no categories, labels or tags for ...
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CMS with SSO, cloud support, i18n

Among all the CMS platforms, I'd go with Wordpress, possibly WP multisite if you are considering a network. It scales nicely - a few really big newssites run on it - for your perusal: https://...
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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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A simple CMS that can be accessed from a command line script

I have not tried these myself but here are couple options you should consider: Jekyll BlazeBlogger DokuWiki - in case you are looking for KnowledgeBase sharing solution. Pages are stored in static ...
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Sports Commentary Feed Authoring Software

If you are considering a custom solution it might be worth you taking a look at MoviePy and some of the associated projects such as those listed under the VideoGrep entry in the Gallery. You would ...
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Hosting of user manuals

Have you considered Read The Docs? You can import your docs using any major version control system, including Mercurial, Git, Subversion, and Bazaar. They support webhooks so your docs get built ...
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