Release Notes: The latest localization updates from translatewiki.net were applied. The text of some Finish buttons was fixed. The infinitive is used for the label of the "reply" button in Dutch. New buttons were added for the twilightgrey theme. An unencrypted password is mailed to users after a password reset. The "salt" field was added to the users table with a default of NULL instead of "NULL". Salted passwords are used in the LDAP plugin. An error that occurred if articles have no "link" element is now prevented. Resolving of LANG during theme compilation was fixed.
Release Notes: This release introduces an integrated forum calendar. Several security enhancements were introduced, including salted passwords, the ability to queue user's first posts for approval to prevent forum spam, and the ability to clean up private message spam. A new Twilight Grey skin was added. The Admin Control Panel and other script were redesigned. Several languages were added, including: Egyptian Spoken Arabic, Macedonian, and Interlingua. A new script was added to generate sitemaps (tell search engines what messages to index). Several smaller features were added and numerous bugs were squashed.
Release Notes: This release introduces command line upgrades and restores. An RTL (right to left) interface was added to better support languages like Arabic. Improved IP address detection (IPv6 compatible addresses will be accepted). A potential loop condition while loading MIME-encoded USENET posts was fixed. A "date" field was added to the forum's RDF feed.
Release Notes: New translations were added for Arabic, Esperanto, Hungarian, and Upper Sorbian. Redundant "charset" files were removed. Locale selection was improved. Queries were optimized for the forum's XML feed. MySQLi persistent and socket connections are supported. A forum signature was added for aggregated feed posts. Messages are word-wrapped (including quotes) before sending them to NNTP and mail servers. Attachments are listed before signatures when composing NNTP posts. Command line execution of selected ACP utilities is supported. Every "subject" has been made a link and "reply to linking" was improved. Edits are excluded from duplicate topic checks.
Release Notes: A Quick Reply editor was added. ATOM and RSS2 syndication have been added. Quotes are rendered with a quote icon and nested quotes are shown in different colors. "Select all" and "Show/ hide" controls for code blocks. Graphical CAPTCHAs and CAPTCHA plugins. Twitter integration. Minimum message length and checking for duplicate topics. Improved plugin support. MIME-encoded USENET attachments. XML feeds can be aggregated into the forum. Import of mailing list messages from POP3 and IMAP mailboxes. SMTP TLS support. Importing the latest translations from TranslateWiki. Two new themes and 5 new languages have been added.
Release Notes: Seed data was improved for newly installed forums. Two new experimental themes were added: user_info_left and user_info_right. Context sensitive help was added for all Admin Control Panel pages. The ability to skip search index data when backing-up or restoring a forum was added. An LDAP authentication plug-in was added. PostgresQL and SQLite fixes were made. Minor UTF-8 and email enhancements were done. Various other small usability fixes were done.
Release Notes: A few possible E_NOTICEs were fixed in various areas of the code. The German translation was updated. ini_set() calls were made conditional upon the function's availability. The member link in the group manager was improved. The GLOBALS.php parsing algorithm was improved. Support for user link colors was added to the member list. A work-around was added for PHP versions using ORIG_PATH_INFO. The documentation for FUDforum's access keys was improved. A few fixes were made for PostgreSQL and the deprecated oid dependency was removed.
Release Notes: This release represents a major upgrade in functionality, with many new features and updates to the code base. Some of the more interesting changes include Open Search support, the ability to move messages from one topic to another, the ability to set topic descriptions, Firefox 2 spellchecker hints, and many others.
Release Notes: A combination of all the changes and improvements found in the previous two releases. There are W3C compliance fixes. The German translation has been updated, and a Vietnamese translation added.
Release Notes: An option that enables admins and moderators to edit topic ratings was added. Account moderators were added. GEOIP is used to show flags beside member names based on IP location. Sorting of private messages is allowed. An option of adding "permanent" announcements was added. Google and Skype IM links were added. A few other minor features were added, and a number of bugs were fixed.