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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

I see more programmers using Jekyll for their blogs lately. In ways, it covers the basics. [x] Source code syntax highlighting (You may want to check this method) [x] Markdown [x] Free (it's ...
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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

I would recommend Nikola - it is free, written in python and specifically offers: Blogs, with tags, feeds, archives, comments, etc. Themable Fast builds, thanks to doit Flexible, extensible via ...
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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

Drupal can definitely do this if you use a couple extensions. Drupal (and generally speaking it's extensions) are in PHP/HTML/JavaScript. You'd want the Markdown Filter and the Markdown Editor for ...
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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

You can try radiantCms. Although it's not a pure blogging platform, it definitely supports this functionality as shown in the Wikipedia article. It offers Markdown during writing and like most CMSs ...
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Open source CMS with multi-language support

I would recommend WordPress. It meets all of your requirements either through Wordpress itself or using themes & plugins. Here is a list of your recommendations and how I would go about them, ...
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Open source CMS with multi-language support

Drupal It has all the features built in: multi language support responsive design (a lot of themes) open and extensible own content types multiple access levels handles heavy traffic (optimization &...
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Looking for lightweight php based cms with rest-api

If Wordpress doesn't fit your needs, then you might want to look at a typical alternative that might fit all the requirements you specified so far: Drupal. Here are some more reasons why I think it ...
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Search engine friendly and user friendly CMS

WordPress equipped with an appropriate responsive theme (of which there are hundreds) and the WordPress SEO plugin meets all your requirements. If you have beginning users there's plenty of tutorial ...
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Best CMS for internet and intranet site

These requirements match Liferay perfectly. Each site shows differently depending whether the user is: not logged in logged in visitor logged in employee and any group structure you want You can ...
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I want to start a programming blog, what should I use?

Ghost blogging platform is very good. Apart from being open source and using markdown, it is lightweight with a beautiful minimalist them. it uses Nodejs for its back-end. It also support extensions. ...
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Distributed Stack Exchange clone

Yes you can get a Stack Exchange clone. Try Discourse. It is built by the same people who built Stack Exchange. It has all the features you are looking for except for the sync/merge option which I ...
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Looking for a simple JSON data admin interface

If I understand you well, you're looking for something like JSONmate. You can edit the JSON in various ways: like a text file: with a prettier presentation: As a bonus, you also have a graph ...
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Multi-Site Open Source CMS?

WordPress has exactly what you're looking for. It supports multi-site and with a few plugins, you can have all the features you need. Here is a list, WordPress with the multisite feature enabled ...
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CMS or Wiki for software documentation and user guides, offline mirroring possible

I would suggest that you use a piece of software specifically designed for documentation. I have used several of them - all of which are free and open-source. Each one is slightly different, but ...
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Open source CMS with multi-language support

Wolf CMS is a PHP-based opensource (GPLv3) content management system, using any of mySQL, SQlite, or PostgreSQL for the database. I've used it for years (full disclosure: as part of core "team&...
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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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Wiki that allows editing (from within!) complete frontend HTML/CSS

disclaimer: I haven't actually tried this, but sounds promising to me. maybe you could use the Mediawiki with extension CodeEditor (perhaps with Scribunto): The CodeEditor extension extends the ...
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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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Easy-to-use web CMS that supports A/B testing and has built-in user analytics?

We use KISSmetrics. We still have Google Analytics serve up the test but use KISSmetrics to fire events and properties. Properties are tied to the user and let us know what version they experienced.
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CMS for an app store?

You can accomplish this with the Web framework/CMS Drupal (License: GPL 2.0). Installation (You should choose the 7.x version, because 6.x won’t be supported for long after 8.x gets released.) ...
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Multilingual blogging platform

You don't even need a blog platform for that. Just a static site generator like Pelican or Jekyll would be sufficient, you write with a Markdown editor (I use MacDown personally), you generate the ...
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CMS with real-time collaboration/co-authoring (like Google Docs)?

You can use Etherpad to generate the text collaboratively. Typo3 has an Etherpad integration, but I haven't used it. Etherpad is a collaborative real-time text editor that lets you export your result ...
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CMS for small-business website

If it is a small business and it should be easy to edit WordPress sounds like a good solution. Drupal is definitely the wrong CMS as it is primarily an multy user editorial system. Joomla and TYPO3 ...
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Software Management System

You could use Alfresco for this. Define a new "site" for each of your customers. Then in each site: Create a folder containing the software for customers to download. Create a folder for invoices. ...
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CMS with many out-of-the-box modules and friendly learning curve

I have used all three of those, as well as DNN and MediaWiki. Joomla and Drupal both offer what you are looking for. They both have a small learning curve, however I feel Drupal is more flexible. ...
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Wiki to replace Microsoft Word

As the comment on the original post suggested, Atlassian Confluence might be a good choice. I use it every day to document product requirements. I believe it satisfies all of the requirements in your "...
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Which tiny open source CMS for a single page website?

I have tried WonderCMS, SingleCMS, Cosmo CMS, InPlaceEditor and Raptor Editor, but so far the most suitable is RazorCMS: It's small and fast It's actively developed Doesn't need a database Has ...
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Any (preferably free & open source) software for posting simple & basic pages? (Not a wiki) (ie: similar to the software craigslist uses)

WordPress is the clear choice. The default "User Role" on WordPress is "Subscriber", but if you change the default user role to "Author", then your registered users can post and edit their own posts ...
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Most appropriate software for data warehouse ticket tracker and encyclopedia

Following up Nicolas' wish: As described e.g. in my answer here (and some of the questions linked to it) and here, Trac might be a good candidate. It not only combines a "ticket tracker" with a "wiki"...
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