Nucleus 3.24 released

November 11th, 2006 No comments

[Nucleus]

We have released Nucleus 3.24. This release fixes a recently discovered cross site scripting issue. While there are no new features in this release, upgrading is recommended when your Nucleus installation has the “Allow Visitors to Create a Member Account” option enabled.

For additional information, please read the release announcement.

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Blog:Cms

November 9th, 2006 No comments

[Blog:Cms]

Blog:Cms, formerly known as Nucleus XE (eXtreme Edition), is a personal publishing system developed by Radek Hulán.

It includes weblog, forum, wiki engine, news aggregator and photo gallery components. Blog:Cms is a PHP – MySQL application requiring:

* MySQL 4.0 database (mysql), or MySQL 4.1 database (mysqli), or SQLite database (bundled with PHP 5.0), and

* PHP 4.0.6 or higher, including PHP 5.0.

Most core libraries are based on Nucleus CMS, while the forum component is based on PunBB, the photo gallery on Singapore Photo Gallery and the wiki engine on Dokuwiki. Blog:Cms is released under the GNU General Public License version 2.

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PHP-Fusion

November 9th, 2006 No comments

[PHP-Fusion]

PHP-Fusion is a content management system powered by PHP4 and MySQL. “PHP-Fusion’s main code is produced by Nick Jones (Digitanium), a 30 year-old male based in North Wales, United Kingdom. Since I suffer from a genetic neuromuscular disorder called Duschene Muscular Dystrophy, programming is one of my main distractions due to limited mobility. My aim is to produce effective web solutions which suit the needs of both experienced and beginner webmasters.

PHP-Fusion requires a webserver running Apache Web Server 1.3x/2.x with PHP4 (4.1.0 or higher) and MySQL installed. PHP-Fusion should work perfectly well on platforms running Linux, Unix, MacOS and Windows operating systems.

PHP-Fusion is free to use under the GNU GPL license. “We would appreciate it if you retained the “Powered by PHP-Fusion” footer copyright notice. We feel this is fair when you consider the many hundreds of hours of work that continues to go into the development of this project. However, if you do remove the footer copyright notice please consider making a donation via Paypal.

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b2evolution 1.8.5

November 8th, 2006 No comments

[b2evolution]

Daniel (blueyed) has worked through all of October to iron out as many bugs, quirks and glitches as possible from our previous 1.8.2 release. The result is so much smoother that it deserved a version bump to 1.8.5!

This is a recommended upgrade for everyone. For additional information and a list of changes since 1.8.2, please read the release announcement.

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Serendipity 1.0.3 released

November 8th, 2006 No comments

[Serendipity]

The Serendipity Team has decided to release a 1.0.3 version that fixes a compatibility problem with PHP 5.2.0.

They have also decided to backport some other bugfixes from the 1.1 release tree. For additional details, please refer to the release announcement.

If you are affected by any of those fixed bugs and/or running PHP 5.2.0, we suggest you to update. Else, you are not required to upgrade your Serendipity 1.0.2 installations and can wait happily ever after until we get the 1.1 release polished for release (hopefully in December).

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Tikiwiki 1.9.6 released

November 7th, 2006 No comments

[Tikiwiki]

This release fixes several security issues as well as current bunch of bugfixes and usability improvements. Do not wait to be sorry, upgrade your Tikiwiki now or kiddies can catch ya“.

As usual, you can find the details reading the release announcement and the changelog.

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Geeklog 1.4.1 beta 2

November 5th, 2006 No comments

[Geeklog]

The second beta version of Geeklog 1.4.1 is now available for download. While we still have to sort out some issues, this release should provide a much more polished experience and preview of the next Geeklog version.

Please read the release announcement and the included changelog for a complete list of changes over beta 1.

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GreyMatter

November 3rd, 2006 No comments

[GreyMatter]

GreyMatter is a blogging application released by Noah Grey in November 2000. GreyMatter is written in Perl, and requires no database because it stores content in plain files.

Other features include the ability for users to post comments to your entries, a template based system that allows you to fully customise every aspect of your site’s look and function, and support for multiple authors, with fully controllable individual access.

After February 2001, GreyMatter was no longer developed by its author, but was maintained and occasionally updated by other developers at greymatterforums.com.

In August 2006 greymatterforums.com was taken offline, but shortly after GM activity resumed based on a new website, greymatterforum.proboards82.com.

GreyMatter is open source software. You may freely modify and redistribute this program, so long as every copyright notice remains fully intact.

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RunCms

November 3rd, 2006 No comments

[RunCms]

RunCms (formerly E-Xoops) is a content management system based on Xoops version 1. E-Xoops was born in 2003; when Xoops decided to rewrite its core moving to version 2, E-Xoops chose to keep the old core and build upon it.

In May 2004 E-Xoops changed its name to RunCms to remark its separate evolution from Xoops. RunCms is a PHP and MySQL application, and is released under the GNU GPL (General Public License).

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Xaraya

November 3rd, 2006 No comments

[Xaraya]

Xaraya was born in the summer of 2002 as a fork of PostNuke, but the first public beta was made available in April 2003. After a number of 0.9.x releases, Xaraya 1.0 was released in November 2005.

Xaraya is a web application framework, written in PHP, designed to bring the user a set of tools to build web applications. Out of the box, Xaraya is a Content Management System built on top of the Xaraya framework. While many people use Xaraya as it is, there are many other things they can do with the framework.

On the developer side, Xaraya offers the core framework, with its module APIs, hooks, custom tags, dynamic data, event and authentication plugins. On the web designer side, Xaraya offers the Block Layout templating engine; combined, these two aspects provide the tools to build the look and functionality the user needs.

Xaraya requires PHP 4.1.2 or higher (runs also on PHP 5), and a database (MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite). Xaraya is distributed under the GNU General Public License Version 2.

Categories: Directory