WP-Cumulus ports for TYPO3, Serendipity and Joomla

A lot of people have contacted me asking whether they could port WP-Cumulus to their CMS of choice. While it’s nice of them to ask, the GPL license wouldn’t let me stop them even if I wanted to. Which I don’t. I love how this little project of mine is spreading like wildfire. I’ve hardly been able to keep up with the comments on my blog and the Cumulus-related email I get. I now know what people mean when they say the response has been overwhelming.

So to answer this question once and for all: Yes, you can. As long as your stick to the GPL license you can do anything with WP-Cumulus. If you port Cumulus to a new platform, please let me know so I can write about it in posts like this.

Here are three(!) new ports recently released by their respective authors. Thanks to Christian Philipp (TYPO3), Rob Antonishen (Serendipity) and Big Bear (Joomla) for their work.

The TYPO3 version:
http://typo3.org/extensions/repository/view/t3m_cumulus_tagcloud/current/

The Serendipity version is here:
http://spartacus.s9y.org/index.php?mode=bygroups_event_en
(search for serendipity_event_freetag)

A demo for the Joomla version is here:
http://chromatic.joomlabear.com/
(the download is now here)

4 Comments

  1. Hi,
    i wonder if you can add support for Non-English languages in like Arabic..

    I’m using it at my site [http://www.one4v.com/blogs] but only the English tags are displayed

    Comment by Mena — October 28, 2008 @ 9:54 pm

  2. Link: Porting Roy Tanck’s Beautiful WP-Cumulus To Joomla
  3. Hallo Mr Roy,

    Cant wait to see it available for prestashop :)

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    Comment by joseph roberto — October 29, 2008 @ 8:07 pm

  4. Cool stuff you invent, thanks a lot.

    Comment by Danni — January 31, 2009 @ 5:34 pm