rm3 is not just a blog engine, but it's still lighter-weight and friendlier than those enterprise-grade CMS systems. It can be used to drive a large site, but I don't want to lose sight of being something that a person can install on a micro cloud instance and use themselves. Conceptually, it is to Drupal as Ghost is to WordPress.
rm3 is able work as a blog, a wiki, a photo archive, or some combination of those... and more. It's got blog-styled views such that you can post a series of dated blog articles and view them as such. But every entity on the site has a history, like how a wiki works. Like some of those enterprise CMS systems, you aren't restricted to just creating a mere list of posts. You can use it to manage links, photos, graphics (both photos and SVG vector graphics), and audio.
See CHANGELOG.md for recent changes.
This is currently in ALPHA state, defined as:
The next milestone is BETA, defined as:
To generate API docs:
npm run docs
npm run lint
To check coverage
npm run coverage
If you want to do some development with auto-restart:
npm run benchmark
There are a wide variety of ways to contribute. Documentation, bug triage, detailed issues (including UI/UX, bug reports, etc), artwork, schemes, and so on are all just as important as code. Similarly, cleaning up the messy abstractions and copypasta, writing unit tests, and other non-feature tasks are probably more valuable to me.
Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms -- see code of conduct
CONTRIBUTING.md contains more details on contributing.
GPL, see LICENSE