Libre CMS

This is a list of libre CMS.
Three criteria were on consideration when choosing this technologies:

  1. The Open Source filter must be active.
  2. The software itself must be LIBRE and open source, as defined by the Free Software Foundation.
  3. The official website of the software must be LIBRE: it must not use technologies from Google, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Microsoft or Adobe.

This job has been done based on Wordpress's list of alternatives, and every single open source CMS on that list (141 in total) has been analyzed with reverse engineering technology Similartech.
Which opinion do you think this topic deserves, if I told you that from 141 CMS, only 7 had enough dignity to say NO to Google and Facebook? Don't you think this is a proof that web developpers don't give a fuck on users' privacy?
What sense does it make an open source CMS, if you depend on technology demons like Google, who give away your private data to NSA and political parties (beside thousands of other dark institutions and companies)?
It's not enough with financial freedom, we need intelectual freedom too to be really free.
Detailed comparison spreadsheet will be able soon with a CC BY 4.0 license, and probably on Wikipedia too.


  • Yellow

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Website

    Yellow is for people who make websites. It's a flat-file content management system. Everything is made of files and folders. You can create web pages, blogs, wikis. There's support for Dropbox, Markdown and static content generation.

     

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  • SPIP

    Free Self-Hosted Website

    SPIP is a publishing system for the Internet in which great importance is attached to collaborative working, to multilingual environments, and to simplicity of use for web authors. It is free software, distributed under the GNU/GPL licence. This means that it can be used for any Internet site, whether personal or institutional, non-profit or commercial.

    SPIP is developed (programmed, documented, translated, etc.) and used by a community in which there is an open invitation to participate. To do so, make contact through one of the various websites, mailing lists and meetings (aka. SPIP parties) which exist.

    SPIP was born in 2001 at the initiative of "minir├ęzo", a community defending freedom of expression on the Internet (see the article on uZine). Nowadays SPIP is used by tens of thousands of widely varying sites. This site contains the official documentation.

     

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  • BlazeBlogger

    Free Mac Windows Linux Website

    BlazeBlogger is a simple to use but capable CMS for the command line. Being written in Perl as a cross-platform application, and producing static content without the need of database servers or server-side scripting, it is literally a CMS without boundaries suitable for a wide variety of web presentations, from a personal weblog to a project page, or even a company website.

     

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  • OpenCms

    Free Mac Windows Linux BSD Website

    OpenCms from Alkacon Software is a professional, easy to use website content management system based on Java and XML. OpenCms helps content managers worldwide to create and maintain beautiful websites fast and efficiently.

     

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  • Pebble

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Website

    Host: sourceforge.
    Google ads and Google Analytics.

     

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  • Blosxom

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web Self-Hosted ... Perl Website

    Host: sourceforge.
    Google ads and Google Analytics.

     

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Server location: United States.



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