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Archive for November, 2006

e107 0.7.6 and 0.7.7

November 30th, 2006 No comments

[e107]

November 21, 2006 – Just about six months after release 0.7.5, e107 0.7.6 has been made available.

We concentrated on security and stability. Naturally there are many new features included too, but the majority of the coding did concentrate on bug fixes.

For additional information, please read the release announcement.

Update: November 30, 2006 – e107 0.7.7 bugfix release has been made available, to correct a few bugs that couldn’t go unfixed for an extended period of time. For details, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

OpenCms 6.2.3

November 30th, 2006 No comments

[OpenCms]

Version 6.2.3 of OpenCms is now available for download. OpenCms 6.2.3 is a maintenance release which fixes several issues and adds some minor new features compared to OpenCms 6.2.2.

For additional information, please refer to the release announcement.

Categories: News

ExpressionEngine 1.5.2

November 29th, 2006 No comments

[ExpressionEngine]

ExpressionEngine 1.5.2 and Discussion Forum 1.3.2 have been released today.

This version is primarily focused on making ExpressionEngine compatible with the new Discussion Forum release, but we threw in two dozen new features and abilities, new extension hooks, and the ever desired bug fixes. All current ExpressionEngine users are encouraged to update to 1.5.2.

For additional information, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

Pligg

November 29th, 2006 No comments

[Pligg]

Pligg is a Content Management System combining social bookmarking, blogging, and syndication. A democratic editorial system enables users to collaboratively submit and vote articles.

Pligg was originally an English translation of MenĂ©ame’s source code when it was released in early December 2005. MenĂ©ame is a Spanish CMS created by Ricardo Galli and inspired by Digg, the extremely popular English technology site.

Pligg is a PHP and MySQL application, and is released under the Affero GPL (General Public License).

Categories: Directory

CMSimple 2.7

November 29th, 2006 No comments

[CMSimple]

CMSimple 2.7 has been released, with no significant changes since the previous version 2.6 fix 9.

A major update since the last stable release (version 2.6 fix 7) is the plugin loader functionality, additionally a few minor improvements have been made. To learn more, please refer to the CMSimple changelog.

Categories: News

Drupal 5 beta 2

November 28th, 2006 No comments

[Drupal]

Drupal 5.0 beta 2 is now available.

Since beta 1 we have fixed a ton of bugs, having reviewed and committed over 160 patches, more than five every single day. So many thanks to you for the testing, the bug hunting, the patches and reviews.

Drupal 5.0 will be released after a) there are no more critical bugs and b) there has been at least one release without adding any more to the list. For full details, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

b2evolution 1.9.0 beta

November 27th, 2006 No comments

[b2evolution]

The beta version of b2evolution 1.9.0 is now available for download on SourceForge.

This has been in the works for quite a few months now and includes many new features. Enough good features to make you feel like it’s Christmas before Christmas! But don’t take our word for it. Go check it out!

For additional information, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

Typo3 4.1 beta 1

November 24th, 2006 No comments

[Typo3]

The Typo3 Association is proud to announce the first beta of the upcoming Typo3 version 4.1. In contrast to the 4.0.x branch, 4.1 is not restricted to bugfixes but contains a bunch of new features as well.

To learn more about the new features of Typo3, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

PostNuke .764

November 20th, 2006 No comments

[PostNuke]

The PostNuke development team is pleased to announce the release of PostNuke 0.764. This release addresses a few bugs found in 0.763 and includes a security fix for PostNuke installations. As a result, PostNuke website administrators should update immediately. We once again stress that PostNuke should be run in a register_globals = Off environment for the best security.

To learn more, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

Joomla! vs WordPress

November 19th, 2006 No comments

[Alexa]

Last Friday, for the first time since BlogsWeek.com maintains its Stats page, Joomla surpassed WordPress as Most visited CMS site. According to Alexa, who provides the data for this stat, Joomla! ranked as the 421st most popular site on the web, while WordPress held the 425th place on the same list.

Alexa computes its traffic rankings by evaluating two parameters, Reach and Page Views. While Reach reflects the number of users who visit that site, Page Views represent the number of pages on the site viewed by those users.

Actually more users are visiting WordPress, but Joomla! is receiving more page views. The composite result is that Joomla! is now the number one in our Most visited CMS site list.

WordPress keeps its first place in our other two stats, Powered by . . . and Most linked CMS site. Of course these stats don’t make any claim of scientific accuracy, they are just intended to entertain our readers.

Categories: Statistics