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Systems made for content management. Items on this page may intersect with the frameworks page if necessary. Mostly things like wikis, blogs, etc.

As of early 2015, many of the below are defunct or just really old. The more recent, working libraries are therefore at the top.


1 hakyll

A simple static site generator library, mainly aimed at creating blogs and brochure sites.

License: BSD3
Author: Jasper Van der Jeugt
Home page:
Packages & repositories Hackage - Github

2 gitit

A full-featured wiki using git (or darcs or mercurial) as a backend and pandoc to generate content.

License: GPL
Author: John MacFarlane
Maintainer: John MacFarlane
Home page:
Packages & repositories Hackage - Github

3 Clckwrks

Aims to compete directly with popular PHP-based blogging and CMS platforms. Clckwrks aims to support one-click installation of plugins and themes. End users should be able to use it with zero Haskell knowledge.

License: 3BSD
Author: Jeremy Shaw
Maintainer: Jeremy Shaw
Home page:
Packages & repositories Hackage - Github

4 LambdaCms

LambdaCms is a Content Management System (CMS) in Haskell using Yesod. It uses packaged Yesod subsites.

License: MIT
Authors: Cies Breijs, Mats Rietdijk, Rutger van Aalst
Maintainer: Cies Breijs
Home page:
Packages & repositories Hackage - Github

5 yst

A tool for generating a static website by filling string templates with data taken from YAML or CSV text files.

License: GPL
Author: John MacFarlane
Maintainer: John MacFarlane
Packages & repositories Hackage - Github


6 Flippi

Flippi is a Wiki clone written in Haskell.

License: BSD3
Author: Philippa Cowderoy
Maintainer: Philippa Cowderoy <>
Home page:
Package and repositories Hackage

7 latexki

Aims and Goals

  • Not a general purpose wiki, but a collaboration tool to create LaTeX documents
  • Focus on LaTeX document creation, the "regular" wiki pages are just supporting this
  • Subversion access for advanced users
  • Editing via CGI should be safe (e.g. conflicts are either solved by subversion or displayed to the user)
  • Should replace the old software fully
Author: Joachim Breitner
Home page:

8 hope

Not maintained since 2007; does not compile on Windows, since it depends on package unix

Author: Björn Bringert
Home page: