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Cysphere

Cysphere is an integrated social networking server for smaller virtual communities. It provides a private mailbox, public and private discussion forums, and simple file sharing, and makes it as simple as possible for users to communicate over the Web in a secure way. It includes an embedded Web server and SQL database and requires no installation or maintenance.

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  •  10 Jul 2010 20:33

    Release Notes: This release brings major user icon processing, RSS feed parsing, and OpenID support improvements, and also the option of changing the application "skin". Also included are various minor bug fixes.

    •  03 Jul 2010 19:14

      Release Notes: This version fixes a critical issue related to the integration of the new OpenJPA 2 engine, which occurs on new installations when a user attempts to create a forum bookmark. The release also brings usability improvements of the forum group management interface. New installations now automatically create a default forum in a default forum group. The persistence layer was optimized to support the Large Result Set features available in OpenJPA. An automated test suite was implemented. The missing Maven configuration file was added to the source code distribution archive.

      •  02 Jul 2010 07:07

        Release Notes: This is the first public release of the new server based on an embedded Jetty server and an embedded H2 SQL database. This version also runs on Windows and does not need any complicated configuration. Running the server is as simple as downloading the distribution archive and clicking on cysphere.exe or cysphere.sh. The administrator can manage the server using a simple taskbar tray icon.

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