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I am looking for open-source, free, self-hosted solution for a blog.

I had a look at Wordpress but it's a turn off since it does not support Postgres.

Are there any good blog engines with postgres support?


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Can we ask why it has to support postgres? Why not use SQL? – JamesK Dec 14 '10 at 11:48
@James, SQL is a language, Postgresql is a RDBMS that uses SQL – Kedare Dec 14 '10 at 11:53
@James: Postgres is an SQL based database. If you are meaning "why no use mySQL": he may be familiar with prostgres administration and have it installed for other services, and would prefer not to run two RDBMSs (Postgres and MySQL) instead of one. – David Spillett Dec 14 '10 at 12:02

Serendipity comes with Postgres support: Drupal also works with Postgresql, but it's a bit oversized for a blog. Or you could also use a framework like Django or Rails with a blog engine (more difficult to set up) -> /

Thanks for Django hint! – Art Dec 15 '10 at 4:05

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