Release Notes: Foswiki 1.0.10 was built as a patch release with more than 410 bugfixes relative to 1.0.0. It is assumed to be the last 1.0.X release. If you already run 1.0.9 and you do not have any severe issues with it, you are recommended to stay with 1.0.9 and wait for 1.1.0.
Release Notes: This release fixes some of the new annoyances that Tiny MCE Editor 3.2.7 introduced in previous release. The very advanced strikeone CSRF protection that was introduced in 1.0.6 has now also been implemented to make it harder to create registration bots. The default password length is now 7 instead of 1 character. Upgraders will be not be affected by this default change. A rare race condition has been identified where .htpasswd files could be truncated on a very busy site or during a spam robot attack.
Release Notes: This is a patch release with more than 280 bugfixes relative to 1.0.0 and some enhancements. This release fixes a short list of quite annoying old bugs, including a bug that prevented efficient use of MailerContrib for producing newsletters. The WYSIWYG editor has been upgraded with the latest Tiny MCE editor release 3.2.7. Upgrading is highly recommended as the upgrade is easy, seamless, and adds additional stability and security.
Release Notes: This release fixes some serious issues introduced by the CSRF fix and the redirect cache fix in 1.0.6. A major enhancement that also fixes many annoying editor bugs is the upgrade of the Tiny MCE editor to version 3.2.2. Upgrading is highly recommended as the upgrade is easy, seamless, and adds additional stability and security.
Release Notes: More than 160 bugs were fixed relative to 1.0.0. Some enhancements were made. This version introduces a major enhancement in security against cross-site request forgery. Furthermore, a central translation framework was introduced, which eases the translation process and enables all users to contribute to translations.
Release Notes: Bug fixing was continued.
Release Notes: More than 100 bugs have been fixed since version 1.0.0. This release should be very stable. Many more plugins and other extensions are now available in native Foswiki versions, which have been refreshed and tested and often enhanced.
Release Notes: This release has more than 120 bugfixes and some additional enhancements over TWiki 4.2. It includes many security-related updates relative to TWiki.