All releases of Penguin Greetings

  •  07 Jun 2005 17:06
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    Release Notes: The 0.9.9 release candidate has been officially designated as the 1.0.0 stable/production release. Only the version numbers and documentation were changed as warranted.

    •  10 May 2005 15:06
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      Release Notes: This is a release candidate for the 1.0 version. Support for using HTML::Mason in addition to Embperl was added. Most secondary ecard sites were localized using Perl's Locale::Maketext. Some general use templates were added to simplify site building. Scheduling when card categories are displayed during the calendar year was implemented. Older ecard sites have received a face-lift. A new secondary site in Mason was created: Savoring the sights of Seattle. The total number of cards in the collection is now 240.

      •  31 Mar 2004 17:55
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        Release Notes: A New secondary ecard site, called "Four Seasons Collection", was created to demonstrate the power of Embperl for developing elaborate ecard sites on top of the existing Penguin Greetings ecard engine. The 24 new images in the Four Seasons site can be placed in customizable card templates where type-style, frame, color, and other properties can be changed by the card site user. Support for an error 40 was added in case a user tries to access a card removed from the site. Eight new cards were added, and nine other cards revised in the general collection, including two new Easter cards for the season.

        •  08 Mar 2004 18:29
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          Release Notes: Pgreet now supports the Embperl::Object which allows for object-oriented ecard sites to be made from reusable components with inheritance. Secondary site configuration files are now also cached in persistent applications. The application daemon has been streamlined, support has been added for purging old ecards. A new command line application for routine database management chores has been added. A new object-oriented demo ecard site has been created. Early ecards have been replaced with image-based updates. The new and updated cards include items for St. Patrick's day and Easter.

          •  16 Jan 2004 16:29
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            Release Notes: This release adds support for Localization/Internationalization based on the browser environment. Two example secondary sites have been translated into French to demonstrate this capability: The Holy ecard site PgSaint and a (now dated) Christmas ecard site PgXmas. The Love and Romance card section has been expanded for Valentine's day.

            •  15 Dec 2003 15:34
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              Release Notes: This is an interim release to provide the remainder of the Christmas cards for the 2003 holiday season and New Year cards for 2004. There are no substantive changes to the software engine, just additional content.

              •  19 Nov 2003 16:53
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                Release Notes: This is a code cleanup and minor bugfix release. There are 14 new cards, bringing the total in the collection to over 120. This release includes cards for Thanksgiving and the Christmas Holiday Season.

                •  03 Oct 2003 14:05
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                  Release Notes: This release provides a new framework to allow developers to implement "back" buttons using CGI instead of JavaScript. It corrects entries in the email header to reduce the risk of a Penguin Greeting ecard being incorrectly identified as SPAM. Three new ecards for Halloween have been added to the collection.

                  •  01 Sep 2003 13:54
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                    Release Notes: A new testing framework for application configuration variables was introduced. PgreetConfTest, a new application to test the main configuration file, was also added. A bug that caused the pgreet UID and GID to be installed as a string instead of a number was fixed. This bug caused the Penguin Greetings daemon (pgreetd) to send cards out as the "root" user instead of as the "pgreet" user. 6 new ecards were added for grandparents in general and Grandparents Day in particular.

                    •  26 Aug 2003 13:55
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                      Release Notes: The installer was revamped and greatly enhanced to simplify the installation process. The installer now uses the Perl CPAN module to install all required Perl modules. Installer localizes the application files and configuration to reduce the work needed to perform an installation. Users need only create one user and make some directories in order to get the installation under way. Configuration has been changed to simplify troubleshooting. A new administrators guide was added. Over 15 new ecards have been added.

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