I’ve been a fan of the ExpressionEngine content management system for many years, thanks to its power and flexibility, and still use it for many client projects. So this comes as some very interesting and exciting news:
For many years we have wanted to make ExpressionEngine open source, because it has become as such a dominant and overwhelmingly popular licensing model. Every corner of the Internet, in fact, is built on open source products. As announced today at the ExpressionEngine conference, we are now making this a reality.
ExpressionEngine will go open source in November but as of today, it’s free.
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