Release Notes: Chief updates include OAuth 1.0a support including anonymous consumer keys and PIN workflow, group deletion for site admins, improved SSL link generation, and many small bugfixes. This release also includes many localization updates, including for some plugins.
Release Notes: This is a security fix release for users tracking the older 1.0.x branch. It fixes a SQL injection attack which could extract unauthorized information from the StatusNet database and in some cases cause damage to the underlying system.
Release Notes: This is a security and bugfix release. The security fix closes a SQL injection hole which could extract unauthorized data from the user database with a carefully-crafted URL. Additional bugfixes include support for Twitter's v1.1 API, XMPP fixes, and better ActivityStreams JSON support.
Release Notes: Along with many bugfixes, this version includes the ActivitySpam plugin to check updates against spamicity.info, options to hide users who've been silenced or have posted spammy updates, an experimental OfflineBackup plugin, fixes for TwitterBridge to correctly handle replies through the bridge, improvements in ActivityStreams JSON output to better match the 1.0 spec, console scripts for managing groups, a bugfix for conversation counts in conversation streams, and rights for moderators to manage spam.
Release Notes: Private updates, including private-to-groups, private within a site, and private to followers only. Conversation mode in streams. Microapps can post different types of activities to timelines, with interaction. Events, bookmarks, Q&A, blogs, and polls. A new 3-column layout in the 'neo' theme by default. Alphabetical, searchable user and group directories. Better IM support with the addition of AIM, IRC, and MSN. Twitter-like lists. Subscription to searches. Subscription to tags. Extended profiles for private, enterprise sites. Sites are private by default. Daily email summaries. An automated upgrade script.
Release Notes: This version includes a security fix for a cross-site scripting vulnerability discovered by the Mozilla Security team. Other changes include updated Google Analytics and reCAPTCHA code, fixes to the Bookmark, Facebook, and Twitter plugins, as well as updates to data backup/restore.