Tikiwiki 1.9.5

September 5th, 2006 No comments

[Tikiwiki]

This release fixes the current exploits and brings many bugfixes and improvements.

The developers suggest to upgrade soon to protect your installation against the current attacks. For details, please see the release announcement and the changelog.

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eZ publish 3.8.4

September 5th, 2006 No comments

[eZ publish]

The releases of eZ publish 3.8.4 (with 3.7.9 and 3.6.11) fix security issues of high severity.

In general, site owners who cannot trust their editors should upgrade immediately. All users of the shop functionality of eZ publish are urged to upgrade to the latest versions.

For more information on the fixed security issues, please read the release announcement.

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Mambo 4.5.4 SP2

September 3rd, 2006 No comments

[Mambo]

Team Mambo has released Security Patch 2 for Mambo version 4.5.4.

This patch fixes a number of security vulnerabilities and provides some additional hardening of the application. It is recommended that everyone apply this patch as soon as possible.

For additional information please refer to the release announcement.

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eZ publish

September 2nd, 2006 No comments

[eZ publish]

eZ publish “provides one platform for web publishing, e-commerce, intranets/extranets, document management, blogs, photo galleries, forums, portals and more.

With its framework architecture, it is both an out-of-the-box solution and a platform that can be extended and enhanced to suit your specific requirements.

eZ publish is written in PHP and requires MySQL or PostgreSQL as a DBMS. The eZ publish software has a dual license model: you can choose between the eZ publish Professional License and the GNU GPL Free Open Source license.

Categories: Directory

Typo3

September 2nd, 2006 No comments

[Typo3]

Typo3 is “a small to midsize enterprise-class Content Management Framework offering the best of both worlds: out-of-the-box operation with a complete set of standard modules and a clean and sturdy high-performance architecture accomodating virtually every kind of custom solution or extension.

Typo3’s development was started from scratch by Kasper Skårhøj in 1997, and the first production quality version (Typo3 version 3.0) was released on May 24, 2002. A detailed history of the project is available on Typo3 web site.

Typo3 is based on PHP and MySQL, but can support other database systems as well. Typo3 is Open Source Software, and is released under the GNU GPL (General Public License).

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OpenCms

September 2nd, 2006 No comments

[OpenCms]

OpenCms is “an enterprise – ready content management solution built in Java and XML from open source components. OpenCms can easily be deployed on almost any existing IT infrastructure and provides powerful features especially suited for medium and large enterprise internet or intranet applications. OpenCms is open source software distributed under the LGPL license.

Alkacon Software GmbH is the company responsible for the main development of OpenCms.

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Joomla!

August 31st, 2006 No comments

[Joomla!]

Joomla! is a fork of Mambo, or the other way around? According to this article in the Joomla! Developer Blog, in August 2005 a dispute developed within the Mambo Steering Committee. “The entire Core Team decided to sever ties with Miro, the company supporting Mambo, and leave the project. They regrouped under another name and released Joomla! 1.0 in September 2005.

Another way to look at it is like this:

Mambo today: same name, same base code, different team;
Joomla! today: different name, same base code, same team.

This makes it hard to answer the question “what is the original”. Joomla! 1.0 and Mambo 4.5.3 should be mostly compatible, being both based upon Mambo 4.5.2. Following the release of Joomla! 1.5 and Mambo 4.6 we are likely to see polarisation of the two projects and each provide its own richness and new flavours to the Open Source movement.

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ExpressionEngine 1.5

August 31st, 2006 No comments

[ExpressionEngine]

The pMachine team is pleased to introduce ExpressionEngine 1.5, the Simple Commerce module, the Discussion Forums module 1.3.1, and the Wiki module 1.1.

ExpressionEngine 1.5 “is a major release bringing integrated commerce to ExpressionEngine along with an additional 70 features and enhancements.

The Simple Commerce Module fully integrates the purchasing power of PayPal into your existing ExpressionEngine site with this easy to use, flexible solution.

Customizable email notifications for each product, member group assignment upon purchase, built in encryption, and automated purchase tracking through PayPal’s Instant Payment Notification service give you the power you need to run your own store.

The Simple Commerce Module is included free with ExpressionEngine Personal and Commercial licenses.

For a full list of the new ExpressionEngine 1.5 features and enhancements, please read the release announcement and the change log.

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Geeklog

August 31st, 2006 No comments

[Geeklog]

Geeklog “is a PHP/MySQL based application for managing dynamic web content.

Out of the box, it is a blog engine, or a CMS with support for comments, trackbacks, multiple syndication formats, spam protection, and all the other vital features of such a system.

The core Geeklog distribution can easily be extended by the many community developed plugins to radically alter its functionality. Available plugins include forums, image galleries, and many more.

Geeklog was originally developed for the Security Geeks web site and was originally authored by Jason Whittenburg. In early 2001, Jason handed the project over to Tony Bibbs. Tony is currently focusing on getting the next generation Geeklog, dubbed GL2, off the ground, while Dirk Haun is now maintaining the 1.x branch.

Geeklog is open source software and is released under the GNU GPL (General Public License).

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Joomla! 1.0.11

August 29th, 2006 No comments

[Joomla!]

Joomla! 1.0.11 is available for download, and it is designated a Critical Security Release.

All existing Joomla! users must upgrade to this version, due to several high level vulnerabilities that affect all previous Joomla! versions.

1.0.11 contains 4 high level security fixes, 4 medium level, 18 low level and 25 general bug fixes. If you are using any previous version of Joomla!, you need to upgrade to 1.0.11 as soon as possible.

For full details, please read the release announcement and the 1.0.11 changelog.

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