This week I was able to make changes to my project website. It used to run on Joomla, and over the years it had lots of plugins, and some php hacks here and there (not that I do understand much of PHP). But what I always hated about Joomla is that it so hard to maintain from the content side. It was bilingual (on Joomfish) an translating the content is not really user-friendly. I currently want to put a greater focus on educating my small project community in terms of open source is not only free but means participation. So a made a break with all the shiny sliding image popup here and there stuff and installed a brand new version of xwiki, which on the one hand looks like a serous wiki engine to me and on the other hand its java (with velocity templating though, but theres a groovy extension) so I hope that it will be much easier for me in the future if there is something to hack.
It's hosted at http://www.book-publishing-software.com, the main content language is now english, but for historical reasons I have german translations for the main pages.
I hope that google will pick up the new structure soon. Over the last month I had about 300 visitors (wow), and for the first time more international hits than from germany. So the translation efforts seem to pay off.