Slash (software)(Redirected from Slashcode)
Slash (Slashdot-Like Automated Storytelling Homepage) is a content management system, originally created for Slashdot, one of the oldest collaborative sites on the Internet.  which was the name of the project's web site.
In 2014, users of Slashdot citation needed] forked the website and created SoylentNews.    With Slashdot having long since moved to a different platform, the SoylentNews developers are the de jure maintainers of modern Slash.[not in citation given] Rehash remains primarily under the GNU General Public License and anyone can contribute to development.[
- Chromatic; Aker, Brian; Krieger, David (January 2002). Running Weblogs with Slash. Sebastopol, California: O’Reilly Media. ISBN 0596001002.
- Malda, Rob (1999-06-29). "Slashdot Acquired by Andover.net". Slashdot.
- "SoylentNews FAQ". SoylentNews. Retrieved 2019-01-26.
- "README". Rehash. GitHub. 2016-01-24. Retrieved 2019-01-26.
- Slashcode: The Slash Open Source Project at the Wayback Machine (archived 2012-04-15) — archive of former official site, inactive after 2009
- Slash on SourceForge.net — historical copy of Slash source code
- slashcode on GitHub — historical SoylentNews copy of Slash source code imported from SourceForge in 2009
- rehash on GitHub — SoylentNews Rehash code since 2009