Geeklog

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A Geeklog is "open source software that works as a weblog, CMS or web portal". A free and updated demo installation of Geeklog can be found here. The diagram shows the history of recognized websites with geeklog. is a PHP/MySQL-based application for managing dynamic web content. The internal tools used by Geeklog.

net to run the website and help develop it.

Geleklog - The safe CMS.

GeoLog is an open resource web management tool for the management of web contents. "Geeklog Out of the box" is a CMS or blogsystem that supports commenting, trackback, multiple syndication forms, antispam and all other important functions of such a system. Geeklog, the kernel distributor, can be expanded slightly by the many plug-ins and other add-ons created by the Geeklog user base to fundamentally change its functions.

The available plug-in includes fora, picture gallery and much more. From now on Geeklog v2.2.0 is available for downloading and is the preferred solution for all Geeklog manufacturing plants. Some of the new functions and corrections in this released are:: as well as many other enhancements and bugfixes. You can find the full listing on Github and in the text archive in the files folder of this latest edition.

Meanwhile, a number of plugs supporting Geeklog v2.2.0 have been released: Those upgraded plugs are PHP 7.0+ supported and include new functions and bugfixes. You can also find the above mentioned plugs on our Geeklog plugs repository. Geeklog v2.2.0's second release is now available for downloading.

Please refer to the Beta 1 version of Geeklog for more information on what new functionality is available in Geeklog v2.2.0. Corrections in Beta 2: For help configuring or using Geeklog, please refer to the help section, FAQ, Wiki, try our support forum or try our support page.

Additional ressources are available on the technical supports page. And if you still can't find an answer, you' re welcome to ask for grids in the geeklog room or posting in the forums.

sspan class="mw-headline" id="History">History[edit]

Hop up to: abc " Who made Geeklog?". February 24, 2010. Brought back on 12 March 2010. Skip up ^ "2.1.3.3". Geeklog. Bounced 2017-07-26. Hop up ^ Bradley, Phil (2004). Hop up to: abc Dong, Jielin; Jielin, Dong, Is. Skip up ^ "Geeklog 1.4.1". Brought back on 23 March 2010.

Skip up ^ "Geeklog 1.7.0". May 9, 2010. Returned on May 10, 2010. Leap up ^ Stein, Biz (2002). Hop up ^ Haun, Dirk (7 March 2010). Brought back on 3 March 2010. Skip up ^ "Geeklog Features". Brought back on January 11, 2010. Hop up ^ Hacker, Scot (2003). Hop up ^ Guliani, Gautam (2005).

Hop up ^ Kaufeld, John; Harvey, Tim (2005). Hop up ^ Feng, Michael (September 2005). Skip up ^ "Scripts that will be install by Fantastico De Luxe". Brought back on 22 March 2010. Hop to "Softaculous Geeklog." Returned on July 9, 2013. Skip to the top ^ "Install Geeklog immediately with one click".

Returned on July 9, 2013. Skip up "Fantastico Upgrade Broke My Site". Brought back on 22 March 2010. Skip up ^ "Geeklog doesn't even work with cPanel and Fantastico". Brought back on 22 March 2010. Hop up ^ Haun, Dirk (March 18, 2010). "{\a6}Google Summer of Code 2010." Brought back on 20 March 2010.

Skip up ^ "Google Summer of Code". Brought back on 13 March 2010. Skip up ^ "Google Summer of Code 2007". Brought back on 13 March 2010. Skip up ^ "Google Summer of Code 2008". Brought back on 13 March 2010. Skip up ^ "Google Summer of Code 2009 List of companies accepted". Archives from the orginal on 6 March 2010.

Brought back on 13 March 2010. Skip up ^ "Google Summer of Code 2010 List of Companies Accepted". Archives from the originals on 23 March 2010. Brought back on 22 March 2010. Hop up "Groklaw - Why Groklaw?" Brought back on 22 March 2010. Skip to top ^ "Page story for www.groklaw.net". Brought back on 22 March 2010.

Skip up ^ "Welcome to Mac OS X Tips!". Brought back on 22 March 2010. Skip to top ^ "Page for www.macosxhints.com". Brought back on 22 March 2010.

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