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MiaCMS logo
Screenshot of Administrator Interface
Developer(s) The MiaCMS Team
Stable release
4.9[1] / July 29, 2009 (2009-07-29)
Development status Dormant
Written in PHP & JavaScript
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Content management system
License GNU General Public License v2
Website miacms.org

MiaCMS is an open source content management system. As of July 2009, it merged with the Aliro CMS project and is no longer being developed.[2]


MiaCMS started as a fork of Mambo.

  • April 2008: Four former Mambo core developers fork Mambo and form MiaCMS. The founding members are Chad Auld, Ozgur Cem Sen, Richard Ong, and Al Warren. The initial fork is based on a Mambo 4.6.3 SVN snapshot just prior to their 4.6.4 release.
  • May 2008: The first release, MiaCMS 4.6.4, is launched.[3]
  • June 2008: The 2nd release, MiaCMS 4.6.5, is launched.[4]
  • September 2008: Version 4.6.5 SP1 was released. This version was the 4.6.5 release prepacked with the SP1 patch so users would not have to install and then immediately patch.
  • September 2008: Mambo core developer Neil Thompson joined the MiaCMS core development team.
  • October 2008: MiaCMS tied for 3rd place in the Packt Publishing 2008 Open Source CMS Awards competition[5] under the "Most Promising Open Source CMS" category. Auld was named in Packt Publishing's 2008 list of "Most Valued People from Open Source Content Management Systems[6]".
  • January 2009: Version 4.8 was released. This release included OpenID support (versions 1 & 2), content versioning, a new JavaScript architecture, a Yahoo! User Interface (YUI) upgrade (from 2.5.2 to 2.6.0), an enhancement to the Related Articles module, new versions of the Byte & MOStlyCE editors, and bug fixes and other enhancements.[7]
  • June 2009: MiaCMS announced a merger with the Aliro CMS.[8]
  • July 2009: MiaCMS 4.9 was released as the final version of MiaCMS.[9]

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