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  • ZORNA is a powerful, consistent, and flexible content management platform. Built using the Django framework, it provides natively, among others, the following features: Corporate social network, CMS, File Management (Personal and shared), Collaborative

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  • Vikuit wants to own every feature for a social network engine while remains easy to deploy and manage. Build over python and focused on the Google's Appengine (GAE), wants to fill the gap between SAAS platforms as Ning and on site deployments. Between

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  • Nuxeo CPS is the collaborative web content management solution for Zope. Users create and manage content in Workgroups and publish them in Publications spaces (Hierarchies) through a dedicated workflow. Managers can easily set global and local roles for

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  • Zope is a unique software system: a high-performance application server, a web server, and a content management system. Straight out of the box, it is a complete and self-contained solution, that includes a robust, scalable object database, web services

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  • MoinMoin is a Python WikiClone, based on PikiPiki. The name MoinMoin is a common German slang expression, "Moin" meaning "Good Morning", and "MoinMoin" being an emphasis, i.e. "A Very Good Morning". The name was obviously choosen for its WikiWikiNess.

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