Release Notes: This release is significantly faster and contains almost 800 significant code changes. You can now subscribe to a user's content and have it delivered via the notification method of your choice. There's an integrated Twitter-style microblogging service. You can embed rich media into your content. There's a new design, and there are many other changes.
Release Notes: This release has been completely rewritten. It is very flexible and extensible, has excellent programming APIs, and runs well as a stand-alone network out of the box.
Release Notes: New profiles were added, including widgets. Groundwork was done for OpenID client and server (available separately as plugins). The architecture and APIs were revamped. Miscellaneous bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Much easier installation. Some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version includes many new features, including photo galleries, open APIs, enhanced internationalization, a community browser, new theme structure, simpler navigation, improvements to the WYSIWYG editor, OPML output, and more.
Release Notes: The codebase was significantly refactored, including a data abstraction layer with Postgres compatibility, ClamAV integration, Moodle integration, an automatic database installation and upgrade engine, improved security from cross site scripting attacks, and significant scalability enhancements.
No changes have been submitted for this release.