Release Notes: This release (code name "Reuben") offers enhancements to user preferences, improved wiki group management, and email password reset. Smaller changes include bugfixes, UI enhancements, and translation updates.
Release Notes: This release (code name "Nevernude") improves spam handling via Project Honeypot integration. Support for custom parser tags has been improved. The upgrade and setup processes have been simplified. UI changes increase the ability of users and administrators to customize the wiki. Smaller changes include bugfixes, performance enhancements, and translation updates.
Release Notes: This release improves spam handling via CAPTCHA support. Support for blocking problem users was added. Search was improved via a Lucene upgrade. Support for filtering results by namespace was improved. Image gallery support was added. An enhanced edit toolbar is included. Support for creation of custom parser tags was added. Smaller changes include bug fixes, performance enhancements, and translation updates.
Release Notes: This release offers improved MediaWiki syntax compatibility (including many template improvements), vastly improved image rendering, virtual wiki enhancements, and performance improvements, as well as many smaller changes, bugfixes, and translation updates.
Release Notes: This release offers vastly improved performance and scalability, improved Mediawiki Syntax Compatibility (including significant template updates), and improved namespace support. In addition there have been many smaller changes, bugfixes, and translation updates.
Release Notes: A transition was made to Java 5. JDK 1.4 is no longer supported. XML import and export was enhanced, including topic history. Support for Mediawiki-style logs was added. Performance improvements were made. Numerous usability enhancements were made. An array of translation updates, bugfixes, minor enhancements, and cleanups were done.
Release Notes: This is a major release that contains significant new features as well as bugfixes and enhancements. It offers full integration with Spring Security 2.0, allowing easier use of LDAP, OpenID, CAS, and other security frameworks. Other changes include a new Special:OrphanedPages to display unlinked pages, enhancements to history and recent changes pages, significant updates to template and magic word support, and an array of smaller enhancements.
Release Notes: This release introduces significant new functionality as well as numerous bugfixes, code cleanups, and cosmetic changes. Notable changes made during this release include a new authentication mechanism that allows site administrators to tightly control access to wiki functionality, conversion of the project repository to Maven, a new tab on user pages to allow viewing of user contributions, and upgrades to Spring 2.06, Lucene 2.2, Acegi 1.0.4, and ehcache 1.3.
Release Notes: This release includes new features and numerous bugfixes. Major changes include a new caching infrastructure that utilizes ehcache to improve performance, the addition of the Acegi Security System to handle user authentication, experimental support for LDAP integration, RSS, WYSIWYG editing, and XML import of Mediawiki files.
A Web content management system.
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