Serendipity (or sometimes called s9y) has a new release available with version 1.6. For those unfamiliar with Serendipity, it is a very powerful blog platform / content management system that offers tons of functionality.… Read More →
Serendipity is a PHP based blog and web-based content management system. It is available under a BSD license. It supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite database backends, the Smarty template engine, and a plugin architecture for user contributed modifications.
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A new version of Serendipity CMS (s9y) has been released. This is the content management system that powers this site and our sister site, Linux Critic. Serendipity 1.5.2 was released to address the outstanding issue of SQLite installations with Serendipity. Full details on the release can be found at the release announcement on s9y.org. You can download the latest release from s9y.org as well. … Read More →
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 →