Due to popular demand, we will give you another round of some of the best free and open-source Content Management Systems (CMS). This new set of CMS is as good as the previous list that we have so this should be interesting. Without any more delay, check out this new collection of some of the best free and open-source Content Management Systems (CMS):

TYPO3 is a CMS and at the same time a Model–view–controller (MVC) Web Application Development framework written in PHP.
In addition to a set of ready-made interfaces, functions and modules, it has a large repository of extensions. There are more than 4000 extensions available for download under the GNU General Public License from a repository called the TYPO3 Extension Repository, or TER. TYPO3 has a web frontend, which presents a TYPO3 based website to its users, along with a web based backend, used by authors and site administrators to manage content for the website. The frontend can be displayed in browsers such as Mozilla Firefox on any OS, with JavaScript

WebGUI is an open source content management system written in Perl. It has many features that make it well-suited for diverse organizations. WebGUI has an intuitive user interface that makes learning to manage content easier. It also has a number of “helper” applications, such as date and color pickers, aid in content creation. WebGUI enables style and content separate, which allows for quick and easy content management. It's versioning and workflow systems allow administrators to set up content approval systems, and versioned site content can be “rolled back” if something is published on the site by mistake. WebGUI also assigns simple, easy to remember URLs to content applications, and images can be uploaded directly through the user interface.

SilverStripe is a free and open source content management system (CMS) that features a web-based administration panel, which includes a WYSIWYG website editor enabling users to make modifications to parts of the website. It is written in PHP5, and takes advantage of PHP5's object-oriented design capabilities. It is based on a model-view-controller pattern and uses an object-relational mapper. The CMS generates markup using a custom template language. SilverStripe supports modules that extend its core functionality. Some existing modules include: Blog, Advanced Workflow Management, eCommerce, Forum, LDAP/OpenID authentication.

CMS Made Simple
CMS Made Simple (CMSMS) is a free open source content management system (CMS) that is built using PHP with support for MySQL and PostgreSQL. It aims to provide easy development and customization with themes, add-on modules, dynamic menus, tags and translations. CMS Made Simple has a web-based admin section for theme, template, and stylesheet development, installing and updating add-on modules, configuring page content blocks, and user groups and permissions. Its template system is driven using the Smarty Template Engine. A small number of core modules are included with the default installation of CMS Made Simple, notably a news manager, search function, and WYSIWYG editor (TinyMCE).

PHP-Nuke is an automated news publishing and content management system based on PHP and MySQL that is fully controlled using a web-based user interface. It requires a web server that supports the PHP extension (such as the Apache HTTP Server), as well as an SQL database (such as MySQL, mSQL, PostgreSQL, ODBC, ADABAS, Sybase or InterBase). Modules can be added to the PHP-Nuke system allowing additional features such as an Internet forum, Calendar, News Feed, FAQ's, Private Messaging and others.

eZ Publish
eZ Publish is an open source enterprise content management system developed by eZ Systems, a Norwegian company. It supports the development of customized web applications that ranges from a personal homepage to a multilingual corporate website, which include role-based multi-user access, e-commerce functions and online communities. eZ Publish's core functionality is largely based on eZ Components. eZ Components is a library of standardized modules for speeding up application development.

Apache Lenya
Apache Lenya is a Java/XML open-source content management system based on the Apache Cocoon content management framework. All Cocoon components can be used to develop customized functionality. Features of Apache Lenya include revision control, scheduling, search capabilities, workflow support, and browser-based WYSIWYG editors.

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