Woclema is weblogging software that is intended to be managed and edited using the command line.
Embrace Woclema, weblogging software for discriminating people like yourself. Written in Perl and using PostgreSQL as database engine, highly original name Woclema stands for Weblog, Originally Command Line Editable/Manageable.
Woclema comes with sophisticated front-end which, erm, allows you to feed in your entries using your favorite text editor and shell, be it combination of zsh/vim, Bash/Emacs, or any of the countless combinations.
Woclema started as simple Perl/PostgreSQL weblog thingie that could be edited and maintained with command line tools. Woclema supports entry categories, user comments, and permanent links (as long as primary keys in DB stay the same). It uses CSS for layout, so it should be fairly easily themed. Currently there is no spam protection for comments, nor any kind of interface to post or maintain the weblog using web-browser. However implementing neither should be a problem.
Woclema does not have any kind of markup language, nor does it hold your hand to prevent you from hurting yourself. It allows editors to insert HTML without artificial limitations. It does not allow others to do the same -- for comments, text is HTMLized, i.e. potentially dangerous characters are written as entities such as
Here are some key features of "Woclema":
· Publishing and editing posts using command line utility. Actual content can (and must) be edited with normal text editor.
· Weblog entry may contain absolutely anything. (X)HTML content is expected, but really, anything
· will do. Woclema trusts that you know what you’re doing.
· Weblog entry categories. Created, edited, and removed by editing and commiting old posts.
· Permanent links to posts.
· Allows users to comment your weblog entries. No (X)HTML allowed.
· Prevents trivial spambots from posting by asking user to add two small integers.
· Uses quite simple document structure for easy customisation with CSS.
· General "latest posts" main page.
· Can list entry summary by day or month, or print a yearly summary. If the list has less than N entries, entries are shown with full content.
· Fancy calendar with links to day’s posts on each page.
· Atom Feed for latest posts.
· Generates valid XHTML 1.0.
· Woclema should run on any computer that can run Perl-script from an HTTP-server.
· PostgreSQL server is also needed to serve the database.
· Apart from that Woclemaa only needs Perl’s Pg and Time::Local modules.