Cotonti / Open Source PHP Content Management FrameworkContent Management Framework

Cotonti is a powerful open-source web development framework and content manager with a focus on security, speed and flexibility.

Why choose Cotonti?

Cotonti combines the flexibility of a web framework with the rapid deployability and featureset of a content management system. Despite having features such as user accounts, content creation, file management and community tools out of the box, it can be easily extended using modules or plugins. Cotonti is powered by its own template engine which is both fast and easy to learn, even if you are not an experienced programmer.

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Major features

  • Open source, community driven
  • Secure and reliable
  • Fast and lightweight
  • Modular and extensible
  • Layout separated from logic
  • Fast and easy template engine
  • Internationalized


Cotonti 0.0.2 Release and The Grand Opening2009-02-01

Welcome to the new world of Cotonti! It is a new CMF which has inherited the best of Seditio and is in constant progress. If you wonder what has changed since Seditio, here is a message in language of numbers:
  • 6 months of work
  • 12 developers contributed
  • 50 testers involved
  • 185 tickets closed
  • over 200 changes since v121
  • over 470 revisions in SVN
  • over 6000 posts in disputes
  • one belief for all

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3 | Author: Trustmaster

Upcomming Deadline / Complete Freeze2009-01-20

There will be a complete freeze for final preparations before release, beginning Jan 25. This means that everything should be complete before this time. This only applies directly to the "Trunk".

All tickets should be closed, or migrated to the next milestone by Jan 24. No changes will be allowed to the "Trunk" from Jan 25 - Feb 1. Any modifications made that would not be classified as 'security related', 'critical-stoppers', or 'major fixes'(fixes would be defined as something that is broken), will be reverted. Any changes that can not be classified as above, should be saved to be Commited starting back again on Feb 2.

This Freeze period will be used to update to the same revision that is to be used for release, as well as allowing for a testing period, that does not involve any changes. In the case any major problems are found they will be fixed, and updated to be included with the release.

Please note this only applies to the "Trunk" /trunk/, anything in /branches/ may continue to be changed in a normal fashion during this time.

Please be aware and notice that the freeze is in effect now.
2 | Author: Kilandor

Temp Revoke of all SVN Write Access2009-01-18

Temporarily all write access to the SVN has been revoked. Details will be posted here.

Access has been restored to normal
0 | Author: Kilandor will be upgraded to r2552009-01-08

Today I shall prepare and update the website to R255. Nearly all the tickets are complete so a good live test here is needed in preparation for release.

There may be a little downtime, but I will try to make this as minimal as possible. If you find any bugs or have any problems. Please be sure to report them! This will be updated when the update is complete.

Please bear with any problems we have noticed some. The update has been done. Post any bugs here
3 | Author: Kilandor

Some notes along the way2008-11-24

Nearly four months have passed since this project was launched. Although it is not so explicit, we have made a big progress, moving a great but obsoleting CMS from a deadlock towards deserving future. Probably it has not yet justified the expectations which are usually very high at a new beginning. But in fact, we have fixed hundreds of bugs and stepped important steps which the majority hesitated to do for a long time.

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2 | Author: Trustmaster