My name is Joe Davis. My company, i7MEDIA, owns and develops the mojoPortal CMS. We purchased it in 2017 from the original developer.
We are actively developing it and we've made three releases since we purchased it but, admittedly, we haven't made a public release in just over a year.
We are working on plans to create a successor to mojoPortal based on .NET Core MVC (soon to be .NET 5). The primary goals of this successor will be:
- Ability to upgrade from mojoPortal. We want people to be able to upgrade their existing mojoPortal sites to this new mojoPortal. Skins will need to be recreated as the presentation layer of MVC is completely different from WebForms (what mojoPortal is currently written in).
- Ready-to-Run packages. One of the things that drives me crazy about so many other CMS platforms is that one must download this thing and that thing and run commands and "gulp" things. It's well and good for some folks but many others just want to put a CMS package (i.e. zip file) on their web hosting, extract it, point their browser to their URL and start building their website. mojoPortal does this now and will always do this.
So, to answer your questions more directly, mojoPortal is a great choice for someone like you and will always be so.