Release Notes: Many requested features have been added, along with the usual assortment of bug fixes and security enhancements.
Release Notes: Many new themes, some changes to the theme structure, many new features, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Added an OSDN-style top navbar, fixed an embarrassing security hole, and made various other bug fixes and minor changes.
Release Notes: This release offers a 40% speed improvement over version 0.1.3. PostgreSQL bugs have been fixed, Topic/Section editing pages have been added, and more.
Release Notes: This release adds support for PostgreSQL and a "Who's Online" sidebox to display the number of registered and unregistered users currently active on the site. It fixes many bugs and combines all database layers into one dynamic layer for ease of development and speed of execution.
Release Notes: Dynamic theme support was added. The site's design and layout can be completely changed on the fly merely by switching themes via the user menu sidebox. Deleting an article now also deletes all comments attached to that article. Web-based sidebox creation/editing now works. The filename of "PHPSlice.php" was changed to "phpslice.php" to prevent caps problems on non-Windows operating systems. Similarly, the filename of "PHPSlice.css" was changed to "phpslice.css". The "Contact us" link in the mainmenu.php sidebox was changed to $admin_email rather than a hard-coded email address. The fixQuotes function was modified to properly escape strings for MySQL. Email addresses are now properly escaped before being put into the database. Nicks, real names, etc. are all stripped of HTML tags before entry into the database to prevent possible security risks.
Release Notes: Official, working MySQL support, and slight database changes to accomodate MySQL and corresponding changes in code - things like date and times now being stored as UNIX timestamps, etc. Also lots of minor bugfixes of previous problems.
Release Notes: The user account subsystem was overhauled, and it is now much more secure and less buggy. The comment system was rewritten, and is now more friendly with MySQL. Many other small changes were also made.