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Contao CMS 2.9.5 available

By Mike Johnston May 18, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

A brief announcement from Contao (formerly Typolight). There is now a 2.9.5 release available for download. The maintenance release improves the Internet Explorer 9 compatibility, includes an update of the TCPDF plugins used to export articles as PDF and fixes several minor bugs.You can read their changelog or download the latest copy from their website. … Read More →

Roxen CMS 5.1 Available

By Mike Johnston February 14, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

Roxen has just released Roxen CMS 5.1, an update to our Web Content Management solution. This represents an evolutionary step for the CMS platform with over 300 bug fixes and feature additions. The changes fall in several categories such as compatibility, performance optimizations, usability improvements and developer tools.Some highlights: A new feature to enable Access Control permissions on individual languages in multilingual sites. Built-in HTTP compression for static and dynamic requests.… Read More →

BuddyPress 1.2.6 available

By Mike Johnston October 22, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

A new version of BuddyPress is available.  This new release includes a number of important bug fixes to the 1.2 branch of code.This version improves WordPress 3.0 compatibility, makes some minor tweaks to the included theme, and fixes a total of 91 reported issues! Check out the BuddyPress release history for details on the important fixes in this release. You can grab the latest release from the BuddyPress website: … Read More →

mojoPortal Released

By Mike Johnston October 8, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

A new release of mojoPortal has been made available. This is a compatibility update for the changes in ASP.NET that resulted from the security patch recently released by Microsoft and now available from Windows Update.Before the security update, there was a possibility for a System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException when decrypting the role cookie if the machine key had changed and the user was already authenticated.… Read More →

Simple Machines Forum 2.0 RC3 Available

By Mike Johnston March 10, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

A new release candidate of SMF 2.0 is now available for testing. This is the 3rd release candidate for what will soon become Simple Machines Forum 2.0.Highlights of this release include: Several security-related fixes. Better compatibility with RTL languages. Added curvy headers to loads of tables throughout SMF for the best Curve experience. Fine-tuned conversation view in the personal messages section. Improved read tracking of topics; e.g.… Read More →

Vivvo release patch for 4.1.6 to boost optimization

Vivvo release patch for 4.1.6 to boost optimization

By Mike Johnston February 4, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

Vivvo have released a new patch for their publishing CMS that claims to provide "few nice optimization improvements, including faster template rendering and addressed couple of minor bugs. Also, this patch is important to anyone using PHP 5.3 on server, for it solves compatibility issues with latest PHP release."A full changelog can be found here: Vivvo Changelog and as always, Vivvo can be purchased for less than $200 from … Read More →

Serendipity CMS sees 1.5 upgrade

Serendipity CMS sees 1.5 upgrade

By Mike Johnston December 21, 2009 News & Headlines  Comments

The open source content management system, Serendipity, the platform that runs this very site and our sister site, Linux Critic has been upgraded to 1.5.(note: after we wrote this article, there was a bug found so the newest version is actually 1.5.1) Additional details from the release announcement: This version mainly addresses login security by changing our method how passwords are stored to use salted SHA1 checksums instead of plain MD5 checksums. This makes password retrieval (rainbow attacks, see special blog posting) through the database virtually impossible.… Read More →

WordPress 2.9 has officially been released

WordPress 2.9 has officially been released

By Mike Johnston December 19, 2009 News & Headlines  Comments

WordPress 2.9 has officially been released to the public today. With a number of awesome improvements, this makes for one of the best upgrades to date.Some of the key improvements from the user standpoint include: Global undo/”trash” feature, which means that if you accidentally delete a post or comment you can bring it back from the grave (i.e., the Trash). This also eliminates those annoying “are you sure” messages we used to have on every delete. Built-in image editor allows you to crop, edit, rotate, flip, and scale your images to show them who’s boss.… Read More →

WordPress 2.9 release candidate 1 available

WordPress 2.9 release candidate 1 available

By Mike Johnston December 17, 2009 News & Headlines  Comments

A release candidate for what will become WordPress 2.9 has become available on 2.9 will feature a significant number of changes to the popular blog / cms platform. You can see a full list of features and enhancements on the WordPress 2.9 page. The development team is in need of people to test out plugin compatibility. You can grab a copy of it here: Screenshot of the new Admin Interface: … Read More →