This is the space for my "Content Management" (blogging) software.
I had a hard time finding blogging software that was simple, fast, and didn't use an external database. So, I decided to write my own.
Most content management software operates under the notion that everything must always be dynamic, then uses tons of caching and optimizations to workaround the inherent slowness of that approach. But almost all pages in the wild are 99% static and are updated at most a few times a day, or usually just a few times a year (or never again), and so they don't benefit from having everything generated on the fly like a wiki or a news site might.
The administration/editing console is written in php (because it's available everywhere), but the content pages are generated and published into static files and then not touched until the next update.
Well… almost. To avoid rebuilding everything when minor changes are made (like adding a link to a sidebar), the pages use SSI (shtml) to load in parts like the header, footer, and sidebar at access time, but that's still very cheap compared to almost anything else. And most of that can be disabled, anyway.
I've put it on github and am working out the kinks! If you discover any security related issues, please email your report privately to kukrlzlnikigepeitstihchzepejrmrvmwmaezemsssf[DOblarT]tgttowopmimd[AblarT]gcgamzmramauiiitlmln[DOblarT]cnctoaoimnmc instead of using the issue tracker.