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This repository contains the source code of a CMS/social site written in PHP 5.3 using the Symfony 2.1 framework.

The site is originally the engine of but I meant it to be totally open source.


After first downloading the repository, you should run

./composer.phar update

to fetch all the required dependencies.

After each pull, you should run


to update everything else (git submodules, cache, assets and so on). If is changed, I advise to run it again. It can do no harm...


If you want to contribute to this project for any reason, you can do it in the GitHub way: fork the repository, modify the source and create a pull request.

If you can't write code in PHP, but have an idea, feel free to open an issue.