Mambo is an award winning, feature rich content management system; it is used for everything from simple websites to complex corporate applications. Mambo is over 8 years old and has been a free CMS licensed under the GNU/GPL version 2 for over 7 years. Mambo is easy to install, simple to manage, and reliable.

If you would like to contribute to Mambo please read the information on our wiki about how to get started. You can find the information here: How to Contribute to Mambo

Team Mambo welcomes all contributions towards improving Mambo, whether your contribution is code, documentation, or whatever you can do to help us all make Mambo the best CMS around.

Official Links:

  • Mambo Developer – http://mambo-developer.org/
  • Developer Mailing List – To join, click here
  • API – http://mambo-developer.org/api/
  • Bug Tracker – http://mambo-developer.org/tracker/
  • SVN – https://mambo-developer.org/svn/
  • The Forums – http://forum.mambo-foundation.org/
  • Documentation & Knowledgebase – http://mambo-support.org/ & http://mambo-manual.org/
  • Software Forge – http://mambo-code.org/
  • The Mambo Foundation – http://mambo-foundation.org/
  • News & Announcements – http://mambo-news.org/

 

Recent News

Want to Contribute to Mambo?
GForge Admin User
2008-09-27

If you would like to contribute to Mambo please read the information on our wiki about how to get started. You can find the information here: http://mambo-manual.org/display/contrib/Home

Team Mambo welcomes all contributions towards improving Mambo, whether your contribution is code, documentation, or whatever you can do to help us all make Mambo the best CMS around.
One step upgrade patch from Mambo 4.6.2 to Mambo 4.6.5
Lynne Pope
2008-09-10

In response to public demand, Team Mambo has released a new patch that will upgrade Mambo straight from version 4.6.2 to the latest stable release, which is Mambo 4.6.5.

This upgrade brings in a number of bug fixes, performance improvements and security enhancements, all together in one upgrade. It also fixes a couple of potentially serious vulnerabilities that were identified in Mambo 4.6.2 an…
Team Mambo announces release of Mambo 4.6.5
GForge Admin User
2008-07-01

Mambo 4.6.5, codename “Jupiter”, has been released. This is a maintenance and security release which fixes some potentially serious security vulnerabilities affecting all earlier versions of 4.6. It is recommended that all 4.6+ users update to 4.6.5 as soon as possible. Instructions for upgrading are included in the release, which you can download from the Mambo Code Forge here.

Ple…
Mambo 4.6.4 Released – all users urged to upgrade
Lynne Pope
2008-05-24

Team Mambo has released 4.6.4, codename “Sunrise”, as a maintenance and security release.

Mambo 4.6.4 fixes some serious security vulnerabilities affecting all earlier versions of 4.6. It is recommended that all 4.6+ users update to 4.6.4 as soon as possible.

Please see the Security Forum for details of these security issues: http://forum.mambo-foundation.org/forumdisplay.php?f=4…
Release of Mambo 4.5.6 – the end of an era
Lynne Pope
2008-01-23

The Mambo Team announces the final release of the Mambo 4.5.x series of releases. This marks the end of an era for one of the web’s most popular Free Open Source Software (FOSS) Content Management Systems (CMS). The enormous success of Mambo 4.5.x led to many forks, some successful, some less so. “Mambo 4.5 has been a great CMS, a good framework, and a great school to many of us”, say…