Release Notes: Two bugs, both having to do with the handling of read texts, have been fixed. One of them could crash the server on installations with more than 65535 texts in a single conference. The mx-refuse-import aux item can now be set to "html". Some other minor bugs have been fixed, and the protocol documentation has been improved.
Release Notes: A bug in version 2.1.0 could cause the server to crash when a client disconnects. This could result in data loss.
Release Notes: The protocol has been extended with a more efficient way to handle read texts. It is now possible to mark a text as not read. DNS lookups no longer block the server. All times can now be sent in UTC instead of the local time zone of the server. A busy client can no longer block other clients from making progress. A client can change its scheduling priority. New asynchronous messages tell the client when the aux-items of a text changes, or when presentation, user-area, or motd changes. Many bug fixes and other improvements were made.
Release Notes: A bug where a client could crash the server was fixed. The membership visibility rules have been documented, and the code adjusted to match them. If the server fails to save the database (due to a full disk, for example), a warning message will be sent to all users. DNS lookups still block the server, but they can now be turned off. (A log message is written if a DNS lookup ever takes more than 1.5 seconds.) Many bugs and portability problems have been fixed.
Release Notes: The splitkomdb utility is now documented. It is useful for taking live backups of the lyskomd data base. The protocol specification has been enhanced. A new aux-item, send-comments-to, has been introduced. Many minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Support has been added for some new mail related aux items and canonical-name. The owner of a text or conference can now remove several types of aux items that are attached to them. The test suite has been updated to use DejaGnu 1.4.2. It has also been slightly expanded.