|Developer(s)||Scott Evans / toggle|
|Initial release||May 2008|
|Stable release||1.0.4 / March 21, 2010|
|Size||1.9 MB (archived)|
|Type||Content management system|
|License||GNU General Public License|
Pixie is an open source web application that allows the creation and management of small websites. Pixie is primarily known for its ease of use, simple installation and unique interface. Pixie falls into the software category of a Content management system (CMS), however it is marketed as a "small, simple, site maker".
Written by Scott Evans, Pixie CMS was first released in May 2008 as part of the May 1st Reboot.
In early January 2011, Pixie CMS and its website was sold  to Lucid Crew of Austin Texas.
- At least 5 MB of webspace
- PHP 4.3.0 or higher (recommended PHP 5.2)
- MySQL 4.1 or higher
The target market consists of:
- Individuals with a wish to create their own homepage.
- Clubs and groups.
- Small and medium-sized companies.
- Organizations and Schools.
The Pixie project always strives for ease of use, however this doesn't stop Pixie from having plenty of powerful and useful features.