Release Notes: Changed to the Simplified BSD License.
Release Notes: This release removes licensing. There are minor bugfixes and HTML/JSP enhancements.
Release Notes: Numerous changes and additional templates. Internationalization and localization support was added.
Release Notes: Functionality for blocking user-agents (bots, spiders, etc.) and IPs (unruly users, bots, etc.) was added. However, as you would expect, blocked user-agents and IPs can still view the articles. A problem with RSS feeds not working with the Firefox browser was fixed.
Release Notes: The numerous changes in this release include support for hosted files and file uploads, re-editing of anonymous content, and many enhancements in the code, HTML, JSP, and CSS.
Release Notes: Meta feeds were fixed so they no longer point to the feedburner feeds. A few cosmetic changes were made.
Release Notes: Several of the view templates were updated and fixed, while some were removed. The CSS between ContentRoller and the view templates was further separated. The directory structure was reorganized to further identify templates versus ContentRoller. A number of new options were added for controlling the menus, feed menus, and navigator. Several more tags and tag options were added. A new feeds view was added, which allows you to view the imported articles by feed.
Release Notes: Numerous fixes and enhancements were made. The license was changed to the BSD license.
Release Notes: Many changes were made. Voting and activity queues are now controlled by the database. WYSIWYG editing of all textual data was implemented. Defined searches were added. A user can now do activities such as submitting articles, voting, spam flagging, commenting, and more without a registered account (i.e. without logging in). Feed and search timers and limits were added. Feeds can be redirected (for FeedBurner and AdSense type scenarios).
Release Notes: The primary new feature of this release is predefined searches that can be used as content on the page. This release also has a new licensing model, as well as new feed import timers that allow feed imports to be performed at a specified time interval.