f0rtem maybe hugo?
A lot of people like to use a static version for their online pages. It is more or less a trend since last couple of years.
I'd be interested in your opinion about OctoberCMS...
I use Grav for one of my sites (mostly static content), it's fun and has good docs. But it depends on your requirements really.
Why not typecho？
I'll also throw in WonderCMS. If all you need are static pages which you can quickly edit inline right in the frontend... and it’s supposedly the or one of the smallest. It’s super fast. But, it could get tricky if you want to drastically change the look.
The best resource for this kind of stuff is:
Some very serious developers I know migrated to Jekyl last year.
I am a user and a huge fan of ProcessWire since 2014. It is php, opensource, over 15 years in constant development and a real pleasure + fun to use. Nothing could be as popular as WordPress, but popularity isn't the only thing to consider. The community is top class! Actually I found out about Flarum there.
The forum is not on Flarum though (maybe yet) ))) Try it out.
I use https://statamic.com
suabahasa that's coincidence, I decided to rewrite my personal website with statamic. I love that they are now free for personal websites!
luceos If anything, the navigation menu on their site is enough to get you curious !
luceos the flat db design is good enough for personal blog, didn't need mysql.
I love Wagtail, very customizable and it has a very solid ground because it uses Django.
Hello, what do you think about Flatpress?
It's easy to install and manage.
You can download on flatpress.org
I'm using it on my two blogs and I'm completely satisfied
eagleman front end seems ok, but the backend admin portal isn't mobile friendly and looks very basic
[deleted] https://forum.flatpress.org/ Needs some Flarum 😀
[deleted] a completely new admin section is on the way, but actually is not ready for all users. I don't know if someone would like to use it, but looking on the Flatpress forum you can find it
Honestly, I would choose flarum with the blog extension as a CMS. This software is so amazing and fast. Even with a lot of extensions installed, my site runs super fast. Flarum is so extendable and flexible you can literally make it into whatever you want.