Release Notes: A bug that broke the installation routine was fixed.
Release Notes: A dedicated ping frame was added, moving the ping functionality away from the userlist. A 'flag as idle' functionality, which flags users that would have been kicked in former versions as idle, was added, allowing for other users to log in as the idle user if they have the same IP or, if it is a registered user, know the user's password. The user is de-flagged if he sends in a ping again. The socket server was removed; it will be reintroduced once it is stable.
Release Notes: The auto-logout functionality was dropped from the browser_push version in order to improve stability. A bug that prevented httpd processes from correctly terminating was fixed. The database tables were switched from microtime (bigint) values to primary key for message index.
Release Notes: A script was added to avoid the case where the session ID of a user is sent within the referer when clicking on an external URL posted into the chatroom. This is done in order to avoid session theft. Rooms may now contain special characters, and a faster and more compatible color picker was added. A Bosnian language file is now included, and the browser_push version uses less bandwith. Registered users can now re-login quickly, even if their former session did not time out correctly.
Release Notes: This release fixed a bug that caused the sha1() wrapper function to return an incorrect value, rendering the admin interface useless if the system was used with versions of PHP prior to 4.3.0. A bug that broke the functionality for adding a new user via the admin interface was also fixed. A Turkish language file was added.
Release Notes: A refresh link was added to the moderation queue. The install script now detects if ARSC is already installed, and was extended with the possibility to set certain parameters at install time for use with external installation scripts. A bug was fixed which announced a new user twice.
Release Notes: This release re-introduces the socket server and the text- browser compatible interface. Furthermore, it is now compatible with PHP5 and PHP installations with safe_mode set to On. Pre-4.3.0 PHP installations are likewise supported by providing a wrapper for the sha1() function. The moderation system was improved by providing a two-leveled message queue system. The installation script was improved, too. This version now ships by default with an InRoomChat layout and Display user, which allows for a quick and easy setup of a digital backchannel on conferences, meetings, or in classrooms.
Release Notes: This release fixes all bugs from the alpha version, and is very stable. Detailed installation instructions and a comfortable installer script were added. Users can now have individual page layouts. Support for Safari is now fixed.
Release Notes: This release has a heavily changed codebase, with many feature additions and major security enhancements. It is compatible with PHP installations that have register_globals set to off. Among the new features are private rooms, moderated rooms, freely definable user levels and associated rights, ID cards with guestbooks, freely definable page layouts including the chat interface, a complete administration interface, output plugins, and message filters.