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Archive for January, 2007

Drupal 4.7.6 and 5.1 released

January 29th, 2007 No comments

[Drupal]

Drupal 4.7.6 and 5.1 are available for download. “These are maintenance releases that fix problems reported using the bug tracking system, as well as a security vulnerability.

Upgrading your existing Drupal sites is strongly recommended. For details, please refer to the release announcement.

Categories: News

Lauren Nelson

January 29th, 2007 No comments

[Lauren Nelson]

Miss Oklahoma Lauren Nelson from Lawton, Oklahoma has been crowned Miss America 2007.

This year the Miss America Organization has chosen the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) as its National Platform. Miss America 2007 will be the official National Goodwill Ambassador for Children’s Miracle Network as she raises funds and awareness for CMN and the Miss America Organization.

Nelson, age 20, is a student at the University of Central Oklahoma. Her personal platform issue is Be NetSmart – Protecting Kids Online. Her scholastic ambition is to obtain a Master’s Degree in Musical Theatre and her career ambition is to become a Broadway performer. With the title, Nelson won a $50,000 scholarship to continue her education.

Categories: Oklahoma!

Blog:Cms 4.2.0

January 27th, 2007 No comments

[Blog:Cms]

Blog:Cms release 4.2.0 is available for download.

New features include support for comment votes (not enabled by default), a security update to Singapore Photo Gallery 0.10.1 beta, a security update to PunBB 1.2.14, and updated FCKEditor to 2.3.2.

For details, please read the official Blog:Cms changelog.

Categories: News

CMS Made Simple 1.0.3, 1.0.4

January 23rd, 2007 No comments

[CMS Made Simple]

January 18, 2007 – CMS Made Simple 1.0.3 is “a long overdue bugfix and security release“.

Improvements include removal of several XSS vulnerabilities, and correction of many less serious bugs.

For a detailed list of updates, please read the CMSMS 1.0.3 release announcement and the application changelog.

Update: January 23, 2007 – “A quick release to fix a few remaining issues. Most notably, there was a major issue when installing on Windows machines that needed to be fixed ASAP. We’ve also fixed the problem with breadcrumbs and a few other things.

For details please refer to the release announcement and the changelog.

Categories: News

MDLite RC2 released

January 23rd, 2007 No comments

[MDPro]

We’ve just released a new release candidate for MDLite, MDLite RC2.

MDLite is the lite version of MDPro, focusing on creating a small core to allow users to install only the modules, blocks and addons they need. MDLite also represents a transitional development in the move toward producing MD 1.1 with a new core.

For additional information, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

WordPress 2.1

January 22nd, 2007 No comments

[WordPress]

Quoting Matt Muellenweg: “On behalf of the WordPress.org community of committers, contributers, and volunteers, I’m very proud to announce the immediate availability of WordPress 2.1 “Ella”, named for jazz vocalist Ella Fitzgerald.

A sample of what’s in the new version:

* Autosave makes sure you never lose a post again.
* New tabbed editor allows you to switch between WYSIWYG and code editing instantly while writing a post.
* You can set any “page” to be the front page of your site, and put the latest posts somewhere else, making it much easier to use WordPress as a content management system.
* Much more efficient database code, faster than previous versions. Domas Mituzas from MySQL went over all our queries with a fine-toothed comb.

Developers will especially love this release, as it has much cleaner code than 2.0 and includes hundreds of enhancements that will enable a new generation of richer plugins.

Here’s a taste of some of the things included:

* Pseudo-cron functionality lets you schedule events much like cron.
* The javascript loader makes it easier for plugins to include rich functionality.
* Tons of new hooks and APIs.
* We’ve started to fill out our code inline documentation.
* Image and thumbnail API allows for richer media plugins.
* Custom header, color picker, and image cropping framework.

WordPress 2.1 also includes over 550 bug fixes.

For full details, and a glimpse on the WordPress future, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

RunCms 1.5.1

January 22nd, 2007 No comments

[RunCms]

A new release of RunCms has been released, RunCms 1.5.1. Code sections affected by this release include Core, FCKEditor, MyDownloads, MyLinks, News, Messages, Newbb_plus, XoopsPoll.

The full changelog is available in the release announcement.

Categories: News

b2evolution 1.8.7 and 1.9.2

January 22nd, 2007 No comments

[b2evolution]

b2evolution 1.8.7 and 1.9.2 have been released. They both include additional security enhancements over the previous versions.

Version 1.9.2 irons out the glitches remaining in the 1.9.x branch and we now consider 1.9.2 to be our new stable release. You may want to take this opportunity to upgrade to 1.9 if you’re still using 1.8.x or an older version.

For additional information, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

Typo3 4.1 beta 3

January 21st, 2007 No comments

[Typo3]

The Typo3 core team is proud to announce the third and last beta version of Typo3 4.1.

The list of changes is detailed in the release announcement. For more info on the status of 4.1, you can see the 4.1 development wiki page.

According to plans, Typo3 4.1 final should be released on February 19, 2007.

Categories: News

Movable Type 3.34

January 17th, 2007 No comments

[Movable Type]

Version 3.34 of Movable Type has been released. This new version fixes important potential XSS vulnerabilities and enables simple use of FastCGI, which yields a 15x performance increase.

We encourage all of our users and customers to upgrade to this latest release of Movable Type because it addresses a handful of important XSS security vulnerabilities. In addition to security enhancements, this release introduces a feature enhancement that has increased application performance for a number of users by over an order of magnitude.

To learn more about Movable Type 3.34 and the FastCGI environment benefits, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News