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  • No boilerplate themes to restrict your creativity
  • No assumptions about how you want your site to work
  • No wasted time figuring out "The Right Way" to do it

Stop trying to hack your way out of someone else's paper bag, and start enjoying total freedom.

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Bricolage is an open-source, enterprise-class content management, workflow, and publishing system that greatly simplifies the tasks of creating, managing, and publishing vast libraries of content.

Bricolage is like a box of magic crayons.

— Bret Dawson, Pectopah

News from the Bricolage project

The Output Channel for Spring 2011

March 28, 2011

Welcome back to the Output Channel: a relatively regular review of what’s shakin’ in the Bricolage ecosystem. If you have submissions or corrections that you’d like to see included in the next issue, please e-mail them to
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Bricolage 2.0.1 Released

February 9, 2011

The Bricolage development team is pleased to announce that Bricolage 2.0.1 is available for download. This maintenance release contains a wealth of bugfixes and some exciting new features, and it slightly (but elegantly) tweaks the user interface. It's the best Bricolage yet.
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Blogger to Bricolage 2.0

October 29, 2010

Bricoleur Matt Rolf shares his experience migrating from Blogger to Bricolage 2.0. He details the installation, content migration, woes and successes of his journey.
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Installing Bricolage on Ubuntu Lucid server

July 21, 2010

Long-time Bricoleur Cameron Miller writes in about installing Bricolage on Ubuntu Lucid server.
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Bricolage 2 presentations at YAPC 2010

June 28, 2010

Long-time bricoleur Matthew Rolf reports back from YAPC 2010.
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