Release Notes: This version fixes some bugs and adds minor enhancements.
Release Notes: A per-directory statistics feature has been added. The statistics are produced by the analog log file analyser (which is automatically installed and configured).
Release Notes: A project login feature was added. This is only available for sites using LDAP to authenticate users. This feature allows people to share a project login. Each user of a project needs to match a LDAPURL found in the project descriptor. Each project can be attached to many LDAPURLs, allowing accounts to be shared by people from scattered LDAP directories.
Release Notes: Users who present a welcome X509 certificate without entering any login (name and password) are now trusted. This requires OpenSSL and mod_ssl to be installed. The welcome certificates must contain a SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_Email, since it is necessary to look for a valid user. HTTPS may also be used to secure communications (with only a certificate for the server).
Release Notes: The quiz editor and the user interface were enhanced.
Release Notes: This release includes enhancements to the calendar and quizzes.
Release Notes: RearSite will trust cookies from the Sympa distribution-list manager. Any user logged in through Sympa will automatically be recognised by RearSite. Similarly, any user logged in to RearSite will be recognised by Sympa. Documents may now be attached to each item of a calendar.
Release Notes: RearSite is now available in French, English, German, and Brazilian Portuguese. A demo site is now available.
Release Notes: The code is now internationalized. A translation package is provided for French, but volunteers are needed for other languages. Forums and Chats requests are now logged. Files can now be attached with forum messages and URLs are automatically anchorized in forums and chats messages. Forums and Chats locks have been rewritten. Some bugs in the Webcal integration have been fixed, and color default preferences have been added. Most of the HTML files have been replaced by a call to a newFrameLoader CGI function.