Make your own URL shortener. e.g. for the owner of example.com links can be shortened like so:
Impressively simple and easy to use. I chose it because it has one single very small script.
2016-12-15 - It seems this project has been abandoned and perhaps the entire author is gone.
A Ruby blog. Very simple and fast and cool. Makes micro-mailing lists: Comments are done via email!
I learned about it through sup's blog (all-thing.net is apparently gone)
Software > Content management
Docmint is a CMS for making online manuals. I reviewed it briefly as a candidate for Unity Linux's online guidebook.
About this website >
A website/blog engine.
Decent. I switched to this because I didn't really want to get into making my own thing. I can tolerate WordPress because of BlogText.
NOTE - WordPress is controlled by a dictatorship of tyrannical assholes. This won't matter to most people, but it will for some.
MediaWiki is an extremely popular website engine, a Wiki, most famed for its use on Wikipedia.
The last version I used was MediaWiki version 1.15.1
See also MediaWiki reviews for a peek into the rabbit hole of my history with it.
A popular programming language for web programming.
Software, Internet >
(LAMP · list on Wikipedia)
AKA Server "solution stacks.
These are various combinations of Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP, Ruby and frequently with other website software like WordPress or MediaWiki.