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  • Acrylamid 0.7.5

    Acrylamid merges technologies and features found in nanoc, Pyblosxom and Pelican, producing an unique, fully-featured static blog generator. Just like the originals, Acrylamid works on the classic static site compiler principles, taking content from

  • Felix Felicis (liquidluck) 3.8

    Felix Felicis, also known as liquidluck, takes a given file and folder structure and compiles static HTML pages out of them.Felix Felicis uses templates to arrange the content and Markdown or reStructuredText to format the text. These pages are then

  • Bucket3 0.9.8

    Bucket3 is not like WordPress or Habari at all.It works similar to static site generators, only it supports the blog format as well, besides simple static HTML pages.Blog posts with Bucket3 are actually all static HTML files, only an index and archiv

  • Stanley 2.0.10

    Stanley reads content from text files, arranges them based on a template, adds styles and renders an HTML page out of it.Stanley is for managing blogs or even websites that rarely get updated.It's recommended for small to medium sites. Here are some

  • Simpleblog 0.9

    Simpleblog works just like any ohter flat-file blogging system.It reads a config file for general blog data.It can create a blog index out of all the found entries.It can organize blog entries on different pages (containers) by various criteria.And i

  • Radpress 0.3.5

    Python developers can run their own blog from within a Django installation, forgoing the usage of online blogging platforms or more complicated solutions like WordPress.Comes with an easy system of managing blog posts and pages.All page content is fo

  • Kotti_blog 0.2.1

    Kotti is a lightweight web content management system (WCMS) written in Python.This add-on allows webmasters to have new content on Kotti appear in a timelined mannor, just like they would in a blog. There are two major ways of showing the blog's cont

  • Blogdown 1.1.4

    BlogDown is perfect for servers where database access is blocked or cannot be established.It relies on a template to render out the blog and static files for storing the content itself.Supports reStructuredText and Markdown markup for storing and for

  • Viewpoint 0.9.6

    Comes packed with lots of features for quickly installing and starting to publish content as soon as possible. Here are some key features of "viewpoint":· Admin panel· Templates· Categories· TinyMCE· Tags· Views· Si

  • Speechhub v0.2

    Developers can create posts from the Python CLI and upload them to the blog server.All data editing and processing is done on the client side.The server will only handle delivering data to the visitors. What's New in This Release: · Fixing missi

  • Blog2md 0.2

    It reads a blog's post(s) and outputs to a .md (Markdon) file. Here are some key features of "blog2md":Supported platforms:· Naver What's New in This Release: · Optimizations for output of Naver blogs.· Number of bug fixes.

  • Yak 0.2

    Yak goes over a designated folder structure and renders out its content based on the files and templates it finds inside it. Yak uses Jinja2 as its template engine. Here are some key features of "Yak":· Blog main page· Individual post pages

  • Mynt 0.2.2

    Works by compiling static HTML pages outta template files, after filling them with content, stored in independent content files. The default parser for posts in Mynt is Markdown, but YAML is also supported. Here are some key features of "Mynt":·

  • Cytoplasm 0.06.3

    Uses template styles to assemble Markdown content into static HTML pages.An index (loop) file is also created if the site needs to run as a blog. Here are some key features of "Cytoplasm":· Easily extensible· Integrates well with Git·

  • Micolog 0.74

    Can be deployed as a stand-alone or on the Google App Engine. Here are some key features of "Micolog":· Custom themes· Plugins· Tags· Categories· TinyMCE as the blog WYSIWYG editor· Import/export from/to WordPress·

  • Ngblog 0.1.2

    Blog settings are stored in the config.ini file. Posts are stored in a separate text file.Easy to use and configured from the command line. What's New in This Release: · Removed useless import from setup.py, that was preventing the installation

  • Chisel

    Using Markdown files for storing page content and Jinja2 for the page template, Chisel can sculpt nice looking blogs out of a collection of static files.Using a proper file and directory structure, Chisel can generate the relevant archive/detail/inde

  • Poole

    It reads Markdown files and a general config, rendering static HTML pages out of them. Poole has basic support for content generation by embedding Python code in page source files.Documentation is provided with the included README file. Here are some

  • Socrates 0.8.0

    The process is simple.Just write the posts using a "plain text to HTML" syntax (ReST, Textile, Markdown) and save each of them to a local individual text file.Give the location of these files to Socrates and it will transform the text files into HTML

  • Yatiblog 1.0.1

    The engine was written in the Python programming language. The yatiblog.conf file holds the general site configuration settings.Layout templates can be specified in the Genshi markup language and the templates are looked for in the _layouts directory

  
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