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Xoops 2.0.17.1

October 16th, 2007 No comments

[Xoops]

The Xoops development team is pleased to announce the release of Xoops 2.0.17.1.

This is merely a bugfix release. Some main changes include:
– Bugfix for login problems with some IE browsers caused by session_regenerate_id on some PHP versions;
– Improvement on uploader mimetype check.

Users who still suffer from login problem are suggested to turn on custom session in system preferences, or set “enableRegenerateId” to FALSE in /kernel/session.php line #78.

Please read the release announcement for additional information.

Categories: News

RunCms 1.5.3

October 16th, 2007 No comments

[RunCms]

RunCMS 1.5.3 is the latest stable version in 1.5 branch, and should also be the last 1.5 version, since the team is now fully concentrated on producing a RunCMS 1.6 stable.

1.5.3 just has some bugfixes and is a recommended update from previous versions. For details, please see the release announcement.

Categories: News

PHP-Fusion version 6.01.12

October 16th, 2007 No comments

[PHP-Fusion]

As a part of our continued commitment to v6.01 we are pleased to have v6.01.12 available. This release fixes a number of long standing issues. We have integrated a new captcha code (from v7) which should stop non-human registrations. Secondly, we’ve added the double MD5 hashed user passwords feature, again from v7.

There are also a number of security updates, making version 6.01.12 more secure than previous versions. For details on what’s new you can read the release announcement.

Categories: News

CMS Made Simple 1.2

October 15th, 2007 No comments

[CMS Made Simple]

What has changed in CMSMS 1.2?

This version adds many administration improvements, a new file manager, a PDF generation plugin, and of course fixes a few existing issues.

Version 1.2 is now the ‘Stable’ version, the 1.1 branch will no longer be maintained. This is also intended to be the last version of the 1.x series and, unless there are critical bugs or security issues, the next version will be CMSMS 2.0.

For additional details, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

b2evolution 2.0.2

October 13th, 2007 No comments

[b2evolution]

b2evolution 2.0.2 has been released.

Changes in this release include skin and user interface improvements, more additional skins, a WordPress importer and various bug fixes.

The reason we still call this an alpha release is because the skin API 2.0 is not final yet.” For additional information, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

Tikiwiki 1.9.8.1

October 12th, 2007 No comments

[Tikiwiki]

A security flaw has been found in one file of Tikiwiki, so you should consider upgrading immediately to Tikiwiki 1.9.8.1.

This nasty flaw is on a file that is not even optional, and can be exploited on any version of Tikiwiki since 1.9.1, where TikiSheet was introduced.

For more information and upgrading instructions, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

e107 version 0.7.9

October 5th, 2007 No comments

[e107]

e107 version 0.7.9 “is chock full of bug fixes from the previous version. Very few new features (sorry). We are hard at work on the new feature release version (tentatively 0.8) while maintaining 0.7 as the stable release.

For the changelog and additional information on downloads and upgrade instructions, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News

eZ publish 3.10 and 4.0 alpha

October 4th, 2007 No comments

[eZ publish]

Today eZ Systems has released eZ Publish 3.10 final, as well as an alpha version of eZ Publish 4.0 (which runs on PHP 5).

eZ Publish 4.0 marks the start of the next generation of eZ Publish. “Users have enjoyed and relied upon the features and robustness of eZ Publish for many years” says CEO Aleksander Farstad. “By making eZ Publish compatible with PHP 5, we are leveraging the advantages provided by the current PHP platform.”

The same day eZ Publish 3.9.4 has been released. This version fixes two security issues of medium severity, plus several reported bugs. For details, please read the release announcements.

Categories: News

SilverStripe

October 4th, 2007 No comments

[SilverStripe]

SilverStripe is a relatively new entrant in an already crowded market. SilverStripe 2.x coding began in late 2005, the code base was released under the BSD open source license in October 2006, and the stable 2.0.0 version was released in February 2007.

To differentiate itself from other systems, SilverStripe focuses on providing a simple, intuitive interface to content authors, and a flexible object-based framework to developers.

As core features SilverStripe offers, besides the administration interface, a WYSIWYG editor with links, images and tables, versioning and workflow capabilities, page hierarchy and navigation generation.

Additional modules include the forum module, the blogging module allowing multiple blogs, the event management module (commercial extension) and the e-commerce module (commercial extension).

SilverStripe requires PHP 5.2.0 or higher, MySQL 4.1 or higher, and an Apache or lighttpd web server; as already noted, it’s available under the terms of the BSD License.

Categories: Directory

SilverStripe 2.1 released

October 2nd, 2007 No comments

[SilverStripe]

After 3 release candidates, SilverStripe 2.1 has been released.

The new features include a comment administration and moderation section, a security system allowing to selectively restrict view and edit access to a page, and a new blogging module with multiple blogs, theme support, and drag and drop widget system.

Please note that beginning with this release, SilverStripe warns you that you need PHP 5.2 or higher. While it should work with some earlier versions, this allows us to move to requiring PHP 5.2 in future versions.

For additional information, please read the release announcement.

Categories: News