Poseidon 0.6.1

Poseidon provides yet another PHP weblog, but with a robust plugin API.

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Ryan Grove
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Poseidon provides yet another PHP weblog, but with a robust plugin API.

Poseidon is yet another PHP weblog, although its goals are a little different from most.

Poseidon is intended to be as small, simple, and cleanly organized as possible. It does its job, which is to manage content and allow user feedback via comments, and that's it.

Its features can be enhanced and extended via a robust event-driven plugin API, so you never have to install features you won't use.

Great care has been taken to exercise the best possible coding practices. Simplicity is always favored over cleverness. Poseidon speaks to MySQL on the back end and spits out 100% valid XHTML on the front end, using CSS to handle design and layout.

Thus, by spending some time tweaking CSS files, you could easily give your entire Poseidon-based website a radically different design, even going so far as to move individual elements around or eliminate them completely.

The goal of all of this is to give you the simplest possible method for customizing and running a weblog without having to do a lot of work.


PHP 4.3.0 or higher
MySQL 4.0.2 or higher

What's New in This Release:

Setting names and values used via the plugin API were not properly escaped, which could result in MySQL error messages in certain cases.

Last updated on January 30th, 2007

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