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  •  13 Feb 2005 20:05

Release Notes: This release fixes a security flaw in the comment system, and provides some minor improvements to the comment and category systems.

  •  14 Dec 2004 23:53

Release Notes: This release adds the ability to import entries from an Atom feed and to receive new comments via email. The editing workflow was improved and some comment spam edge cases were fixed. This version also includes many smaller improvements and bugfixes.

  •  18 Oct 2004 23:22

Release Notes: integration was added and many syndication-related bugs were fixed.

  •  11 Jun 2004 18:36

Release Notes: This release adds several significant bugfixes, usability enhancements in the template system and the importers, a generic Blosxom importer, and a summary display list.

  •  28 May 2004 01:17

Release Notes: Added support for Creative Commons licensing, and fixed several annoying configuration and setup bugs.

  •  20 May 2004 00:43

Release Notes: The ability to create a look and feel for the entire application was implemented. This lets the system fit in with the rest of a Web site. Importing was enhanced, and it is now possible to import a Moveable Type weblog and easily write importers that use screen-scraping. Several minor tools including an archive list and a blogroll were added, and several problems with searching were fixed.

  •  23 Mar 2004 22:24

Release Notes: This version now offers syndication feeds in Atom format and features an enhanced comment system. Changes were made to improve robustness and standards compliance, and the installation procedure was made more user-friendly.

  •  29 Oct 2003 03:37

Release Notes: This version now has a comment system with an integrated Bayesian spam filter to stop comment spam. Support for the Internet Topic Exchange has also been added.

  •  07 Oct 2003 02:26

Release Notes: The new plugin system makes it easier to add new features, and many new features have been added, including trackback, entry autoformatting, static renderings, and entry delivery via email.

  •  08 Apr 2003 22:38

Release Notes: The initial setup is now completely Web-based. It's also now possible to create, delete, and rearrange notebooks from the Web interface. Notebooks can now be private and their passwords can be changed through the Web interface. There's now an extensible statistics gathering framework. Some performance improvements, usability enhancements, bugfixes, and a new theme were also added in this release.


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