Ogham is designed to be a wiki like cms for non technical users. The emphasis is on ease of use over features. Non technical users have difficulty with any markup language so I felt a WYSIWYG editor was essential.
Word users find wiki syntax and the automatic generation of links to be annoying so I have replaced this with a tree structure for navigation and easy linking within the site.
Ogham has currently been tested on linux and windows servers and with the firefox 1.0+, IE 6 and Konqueror 3.3.2 browsers. Its highly unlikely that it will work bug free with any other browsers, but I am working on support for Safari. In KHTML (Konqueror & Safari) based browsers WYSIWYG editing has only recently become available and I am working to support them.
This system has been ported to Snakelets after initially being developed with webware. Snakelets has the advantage of an integrated webserver and better documentation (IMHO). A large part of its advantage may simply have been that it resembles tomcat and I come from a java background.
Please feel free to mail any enquiries ,patches, bug reports or suggestions for improvement to email@example.com.I'll probably be muttering about ongoing development at http://blog.odonnell.nu. A Mailing list, forums and more are available on Oghams Sourceforge page.
For the curious Ogham is named after an ancient Irish writing system.