Release Notes: A feature for redirecting a webring that has moved to some other Ringlink system has been added. Automatic notifications are now sent to the ringmaster when the third site gets activated. Various other minor tweaks were made.
Release Notes: The speed when updating the ring statistics and resetting the stats has been increased. This may be useful for larger Ringlink systems, but presupposes that the server allows for forking multiple child processes.
Release Notes: This release includes an easy way to authenticate to a mail server when the SMTP option for sending email messages has been chosen. Also, prevention of certain redundant search engine listings has been added.
Release Notes: This release includes a feature in 'Ring management' for submitting a ring to the Ringlink Webring Directory via a prefilled form. You get instant access to the 'Site admin' menu after having added a new site. There are also a couple of security and performance fixes.
Release Notes: The method for printing the output has been changed, aiming to make it easier to integrate Ringlink with PHP supported sites, or other sites consisting of program-generated pages.
Release Notes: An option was added for a ringmaster to download backup files in .tar[.gz/.Z] format. It's useful for those ringmasters who host their rings on Unix platform systems without access to the zlib compression library.
Release Notes: This version was released with those users in mind, who run Ringlink on web hosts whose SMTP server and/or sendmail are too restrictively configured, or libwww-perl or the zlib compression library is missing. Accordingly, now you can still run the program without inadequate pages being displayed.
Release Notes: This release includes features to facilitate the moving of Web rings between different Ringlink installations.
Release Notes: This release comes with a platform independent backup option for the system owners. Additionally, a ringmaster can backup the data for his/her ring.
Release Notes: Permissions of program-generated directories and files are now controlled via the config file. The file extension of the executables can now be changed.