Release Notes: Some serious features were added, including fine-grained profile permissions, high-availability, profile-based groups, and full-on auditing. The usual various and numerous bugfixes were also made. Speed enhancements, documentation improvements, and architectural beautification were done. The feature set is pretty much fixed for 1.0.
Release Notes: This version features lots of new features, an improved core server framework, and other goodies.
Release Notes: This release includes a complete overhaul and refactor of server code for additional stability and clarity, and protocol changes to allow servers to handle asynchronous requests over a single socket. The build system now uses GNU autotools. A Java client library and a full test suite were included, and bugfixes, cleanups, and documentation were added. It is expected that this will be the final alpha.
Release Notes: Many things were completed for this release: CGI to HTML::Mason conversion, integration with MACS::CClient, and the Virtual Resources framework. The APXS module now fully supports vhosts. Yahoo and ESPN Login Methods and new Home Authorization method were implemented. Bugfixing, cleanup, and testing was also done. Even though this is still very much a developer's release, MACS 0.6 is in production protecting several commercial Web apps.
Release Notes: The Web-based admin interfaces are now integrated, and are easy to use and much more robust. This is the first really usable release of the 0.6 line.
Release Notes: Multi-match profile mapping rules have been implemented. Included in this release are the LDAP, Yahoo, and ESPN login methods as well as the resource manager, Apache module, and core servers and clients.
Release Notes: The LIA, LOA, RMA, and Apache modules are working with the refactored core servers and clients, making for a fairly usable system.
Release Notes: This release is a big step in the relentless pursuit of beta. It represents a major overhaul to several subsystems. It adds distributed resource administration capabilities and PAM integration. Performance, stability, and general usability are drastically improved.
Release Notes: This is a major milestone--the first truly usable release of MACS. LDAP methods and mapping are working for authentication and user profiles. The Resource Management Agent is working, with delegated administration features coming soon. A working PAM module is also included, though it's limited to authenticating usernames and passwords against MACS internal users.
Release Notes: In this release, the Group Management Agent has been implemented. The Login Method Server has been extended with the beginnings of a dynamic, rules-based user mapping scheme. An LDAP Login Method Client has been implemented, several bugs have been hunted down and squashed, and there were some general code cleanups and laying of groundwork for future enhancements.