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Obliquid is a PHP/XML framework for building groupware Web portals. It provides Lego bricks that may be composed to build an Internet application. It has multilingual support and themes. Modules include user management, calendar, news, CMS, and messaging.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  23 Jul 2004 20:17

    Release Notes: This release fixes a setup bug on Windows 2000 and solves a problem with the online source code editor.

    •  17 Jul 2004 21:12

      Release Notes: In the users Excel export, the list of fields is now based on the fields viewable in other pages of the user administration. The district field shows Italian districts only for Italy, and a text field for other countries. In the projects administration, turnover now includes completed phases of projects not yet completed. A check if invoice percentages sum up to 100% for each project has been added. Actual revenue and actual surplus calculations were added, besides the ones made at bid time.

      •  11 May 2004 10:39

        Release Notes: The documentation management can now have two level hierarchical categories with a JavaScript double-combo. A new security operation (doc_approvedview) makes it possible to give somebody the authority to view any approved document. A security report for groups and roles was added, and various bugfixes were made.

        •  29 Mar 2004 18:38

          Release Notes: The users/groups/roles architecture is now fully enabled with the creation of a few standard roles. The project management module has been improved and fixed. The function which exports users to Excel can now export multiple groups. The news management now has support for more advanced article formatting. Many other bugfixes and changes have been added.

          •  19 Jan 2004 23:12

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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