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Elgg

http://elgg.org/
social engine which powers all kinds of web social environments.

Elgg is a social networking framework. It provides the necessary functionality to allow you to run your own social networking site, whether publicly (like Facebook) or internally on a networked intranet. Elgg comes with advanced user management and administration, social networking, cross-site tagging, powerful access control lists, internationalisation support, multiple view support (eg cell phones), an advanced templating engine, a widget framework and more.





Licensing

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Expat

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Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
Pete Harris Maintainer
Brett Profitt Maintainer
David Tosh Maintainer
Marcus Povey Maintainer


Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
DeveloperDownloadhttp://elgg.org/downloads.php
DeveloperForumhttp://community.elgg.org/
DeveloperHomepagehttp://trac.elgg.org/elgg


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