Release Notes: Many important bugs have been fixed. User privacy and security have improved (password are no longer stored in full text). The deletion of users has been implemented. There is now better support of international charsets.
Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed, and some feature enhancements were made. The English help has been completed, French was updated, and Russian is now supported. The 'magic_quotes_gpc' bug was fixed, and the program should now work with any magic_quote_runtime and magic_quote_gpc setting.
Release Notes: New features in this release include database improvements, automatic URL checking, the possibility to put the same link into several topics, mulit-user features, recursive topic removing, import from Netscape, Mozilla, Internet Explorer and Opera, and interface themes support.
Release Notes: Database abstraction layer is operational but has only been tested with MySQL. Port to PostgreSQL added, but SQL dumps are still missing. LinkBase now includes a page that shows every topic and sub-topic of the database in a tree view, and it is now possible to choose the number of columns into which topics are split when browsed. Interface improvements and bugfixes added.
Release Notes: This release includes optionally sending mail every time a link is submitted to the moderator, support for subtopics that allow LinkBase to work like a link directory (ie. Yahoo!, dmoz.org), links to check every box at once in the moderation panel, and some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: A patch that disables LinkBase's moderation features has been written, there is a small interface enhancement, and there are minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: LinkBase now supports Spanish. Some default links have been added to fill in the empty original base. A bug in edito.html has been fixed.
Release Notes: LinkBase now supports german. The edito.html localisation has changed to improve multi-lingual support. Some minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: A lot of bugfixes and upgrades were made. The moderation interface has changed a bit, and it's now based on checkboxes. LinkBase now outputs HTML code that is more human-readable. Some additional testing and debugging is still needed.