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There are a few out there... none that I would call a clone exactly. I'll list off some good alternatives that I'm aware of though. Retrospectiva Redmine Trac TeamLab OpenAtrium Fulcrum


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I found three which you can host on your own server, but I'm not sure about open source: Gallery My Photo Index JetPhoto Server


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XBlock courseware component architecture was recently released and is available at https://github.com/edX/XBlock


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They aren't, but Google does have a page dedicated to their Open Source projects here: http://code.google.com/opensource/projects.html


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on the "files page" you can see a little feed-button (top right corner): i would use that feed.


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I believe you can't find it because it isn't available yet. An original press release (July 2012) mentions: EdX will release its learning platform as open-source software so that anyone around the world can adopt and improve this shared tool. Timing of the release has not yet been determined. And more recently in an article (Sept 2012) about ...


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MODx Revolution can do that — http://modxcms.com/ It's free and extensible, runs on PHP+SQL.


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This really should be a comment, but haven't got the reputation yet. There's no way that you can have multiple domains running on the same host if the hosting company doesn't support adding extra domains to the host. The underlying webserver needs to know where the files from a domain is located. Depending on the host you can sometimes create subfolders ...


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You can install two instances of a CMS in different subfolders, and then setup an addon domain with your hosting provider. That's how I host two blogs, two instances of wordpress on the same hosting account, but access them from two different top-level domains. In short it's commonly the hosting provider that provides such a feature, not the CMS.


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Blosxom Movable Type Type (requires Rails I think) Or, if you want to use Wordpress and PgSQL, take a look at this


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A rails offering: Tracks. Host it on your own server (or PC). I've used it in the past and liked it. Tracks is a web-based application to help you implement David Allen’s Getting Things Done™ methodology. It was built using Ruby on Rails, and comes with a built-in webserver (WEBrick), so that you can run it on your own computer if you like. ...


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Assuming you want it to be open source so you can host it yourself, I've seen quite a few people use WordPress for that. It has a photo gallery built in, and there are quite a few plug-ins as well.


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A lot of PHP User Groups are hosted on Meetup. I guess it's going to work for your association as well.


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Redmine comes to mind. It started as a Basecamp clone, but it now has a lot more features like source control integration (SVN, CVS, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar and Darcs).


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According to this page on the Wikitravel site: There are currently no database dumps of Wikitravel available for download. Some people have asked to make dumps available. However, the article does go on to state: Reasons to make dumps available makes it easier for other sites to use WT info will make the Offline_Reader_Expedition ...


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GitHub has a developers' API which can be accessed from an unregistered user at the rate of 60 queries per hour. To see how many queries remain, use this GET endpoint: https://api.github.com/rate_limit To obtain the list of repositories, this GET endpoint is used: https://api.github.com/repositories For more details on pagination (30 items per request by ...


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Try OX App Suite from Open-Xchange. It's very similar to Google Drive, but from what I have read the community version is open source. More detailed information can be found here in the OX Knowledge Base. Here's a quick preview of what it looks like on different devices:


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I haven't used this myself yet, but I'm about to evaluate Open Journal Systems. It sounds like it would cover most or all of your requirements and there's mention of plugins in the docs. Hope this helps! http://pkp.sfu.ca/ojs/


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Not open source but complete free and unrestricted - try Review19.com For Teams Collaborate, make better decisions Share docs, videos, links etc. Conduct polls, share opinions Prepare pros & cons lists Perform SWOT analysis Track outcomes & conclusions Collaborate and track projects Easy to use, real-time sync For ...


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For an open source web app, I would suggest Trac. It even has a GIT Plugin. If you don't really care if it is open source and that somebody else is hosting it, I would highly suggest Github.


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A project management app you mean? If you want to host your own app, I think Teambox is worth a look. It's a project management app written in Rails. It supports tasks, milestones, discussion threads and time tracking among other things. It has email notifications too.


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I am not sure if it is going to be easy to find an exact clone, but you have some good other open source bug tracking solutions: Trac , Mantis, Redmine, etc. (there are installers to make the deployment easy at BitNami site.)


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Also check out the Habari Project; I use it and like it.


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Here is the ones, which you can also install on your own server - open source - using php and mysql. http://www.plancake.com/ (support GDT)


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Drupal supports this out of the box, by creating the respective folders in your sites directory. More information can be found in the handbooks


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Cyn.in Collaborative Applications Spaces Social Applications Productivity and Interfaces Organization and Management Search, Navigation and Retrieval Customize and Extend Technology Platform BigTent I know it's not open source, but It seems to fit your requirements. Features listed, are - Member Management Shared Admin Access Payment Processing ...


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I really like so much of TeamBox, with some adapt you can get all this things. And the code is available on GitHub. Teambox source code


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You can use a free open source tool like http://dotproject.net


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Check out My eStore App (http://myestoreapp.com); it's a plug and play estore module that integrates with paypal. It doesn't require an install or database setup or maintenance. It's a free service; they provide lifetime updates too. There is no learning curve required. You can set up a shop right on your site in just a few minutes. It's plug and play.


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How about Spree? Also, Bitnami has a Spree installer, if you need it.



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