PostNuke was one of the first open source content management systems out there dating back to 2001. Based on PHPNuke it offered a framework for publishing content and user management.
Over the years it did improve and provided inspiration for the next generation of open source CMSs and blogging platforms. However, at the end of the day it just got a little long in the tooth and the legacy code and support became too much of a burden to compete with newer software.
So when I last checked to see how the development of PostNuke 0.8 was coming along I was completely surprised to find this message: