Shortly before its seventh birthday the PostNuke project, born as a fork of PHP-Nuke, has been renamed. It’s now called the Zikula Application Framework.
A few commenters noted the resemblance of Zikula’s new name and logo with the name and logo of the very popular Joomla! CMS and Web Application Framework. Others applauded the end of the rather long rebranding process, hoping to concentrate now on new release development. Many more expressed their satisfaction with the new name and branding, which denotes the project willingness to be part of the Web 2.0 era, moving away from the *Nuke past.
The first accomplishment of the Zikula team will be the release of Zikula 1.0.0 (formerly PostNuke 0.8). For details, please read Welcome the Zikula Application Framework.
- June 5, 2008: PostNuke becomes Zikula (News)
- May 12, 2008: PostNuke 0.8 RC4 (link)
- February 19, 2008: PostNuke 0.8 RC3 (link)
- December 12, 2007: PostNuke 0.8 RC2 (link)
- July 17, 2007: PostNuke 0.8 RC1 (News)
- February 7, 2007: PostNuke 0.8 Milestone 3 (News)
- November 20, 2006: PostNuke .764 (News)
- October 13, 2006: PostNuke .763 released (News)
- September 28, 2006: PostNuke 0.8 Milestone 2 (News)
- June 17, 2006: PostNuke (Directory)
- April 13, 2006: PostNuke 0.8 Milestone 1 (News)
- February 17, 2006: PostNuke .762 released (News)
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- PostNuke home page: http://www.postnuke.com/