Blosxom is a lightweight yet feature-packed weblog application designed from the ground up with usability, simplicity and interoperability in mind.
Blogging--and, indeed, any online publishing-- should be as simple as typing away in your favourite text editor and hitting Save. Fundamental is Blosxom's reliance upon the file system, folders and files as its content database. Entries are plain text files like any other.
Create, edit, rename, and delete entries on the command-line, via FTP, WebDAV, or anything else you might use to manipulate your files. There's no import or export; entries are nothing more complex than title on the first line, body being everything thereafter.
Despite its tiny footprint, Blosxom doesn't skimp on features, sporting the lion's share of features one would find in any other Weblog application or full-blown content management and publishing system. Blosxom's plug-in architecture allows the core of Blosxom to remain small and sleek while providing room for extension and integration into different environments and uses. In fact, this entire site is powered by Blosxom; read all about it in the colophon.
Blosxom is simple, straightforward, minimalist Perl affording even the dabbler an opportunity for experimentation and customization.
And last, but not least, Blosxom is Open Source and free for the taking and altering.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fix XSS in $flavour (CVE-2008-2236). Thanks to Yoshinori Ohta of Business Architects Inc. for making us aware of this issue.