Release Notes: New this release is support for new technologies such as Java 6, Tomcat 7, and secured email servers with Java Mail support. New ways to administrate your pools are added with multi-level groups, multiple tie breakers, alphabetized team names, and the ability to plug-in automatic game updates with scores. It is easier for players to add their brackets and to see who is guaranteed to beat each bracket. Tournaments are archived only after 1 week has passed.
Release Notes: This release adds 16 feature requests and changes the license to the GNU Affero General Public License version 3. Administrators can list, delete, or remove anything that can be created in the interface that isn't used elsewhere. Interface navigation was improved and cleaned up. A new tie breaker has been added, called the "Upset Prediction Delta". The system will also analyze any pool and add comments to indicate winners, the maximum rank a player can attain, who each player is rooting for, and who is out.
Release Notes: This release adds many new options for the tournament pool administrator. You can do tie breakers, not show the player's brackets to each other until the tournament starts, limit the number of brackets per player, and run a pool starting later in a tournament, such as starting at the Sweet 16. There is also a new interface for setting the start date and time of the tournament, sorting enhancements, the ability to edit pool settings, ranking the brackets of a running pool, and players may reset their passwords.
Release Notes: Administrators can now create a new tournament, create teams, and assign the seeds, all from the user interface. Leagues have been added so that teams are properly grouped and you don't make the mistake of placing a women's team in a men's tournament or vice versa. A site admin who has the authority to create new tournaments, set them up with teams, and to assign other site admins was added. The user interface was updated so that the focus is on particular tournaments.