Release Notes: A point release rolling up some three years of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This update closes three remotely exploitable security vulnerabilities. All lurker versions from 0.1a to 2.0 are affected. The specific weaknesses which have been closed include: reading any file accessible to the user executing lurker.cgi, (over)writing chosen files in any writable directory called mbox, and stealing users' browser cookies via cross-site scripting.
Release Notes: This release introduces oft-requested support of private mailing lists (via multiple frontends). Additionally, one can now delete pesky spam and reply to an email directly from the Web. Much of the documentation has been improved (notably the installation documentation), and there have been many minor bugfixes/improvements under the hood.
Release Notes: This release adds no new functionality. However, if messages disappeared from your site after daylight savings, then this will fix the issue for you. Several other cosmetic issues have been addressed as well.
Release Notes: This release provides a Web-selectable locale to control the output language; searches may also be restricted by language. Not searching in the style of Google, the ability to delete messages, and many new config and file command line options round out this release.
Release Notes: The primary bugs fixed were SSL and rendering under Safari. New features in this version include email address obfuscation and the ability to setup reply for launching via the browser.
Release Notes: Improvements include GPG support and local timezones. Supported platforms are Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS, and Windows. Supported browsers include IE, Mozilla, Konqueror, Opera, and lynx.
Release Notes: The most obvious new feature is the completely rewritten UI (now lurker runs good and looks good doing it). It now features grouping for mailing lists and active threads. The active threads page includes a graph of the new posts over the last 14 days and the total number of posts in that period, while the groups allow large sites organize their lists. There have also been several backend improvements documented on our site (compression, includes, tools).
Release Notes: It is now possible to jump to a given date within the set of search results as well as to refine the search at the current date. The lurker CGI files may now also be installed outside of the document directory for situations ala cgi-bin. The dependency on kdenetwork has been relaxed for use in server environments. Finally, all known bugs introduced during the rewrite have been squashed.
Release Notes: This release marks the transition of from alpha to beta. The code has been largely rewritten in C++. There is no longer a daemon which monitors mailboxes. Now the CGI reads the database directly, and there is an index command into which new mail is fed. There have been major speedups in importing, and the new design makes it robust in the face of import failure.