Serendipity is a Weblog application which aims at giving you an easy way to maintain your own individual diary or personal homepage. It ships with a variety of plugins to plug-and-play with your blog.
|Tags||Communications Internet Web Dynamic Content Information Management News/Diary|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD OS Independent Windows|
Release Notes: This release features many small bugfixes as well as a completely redone default design for both frontend and backend. Many anti-spam improvements were made, many more templating options were added, and the user interaction has been improved. The sourcecode now has complete phpDoc documentation.
Release Notes: If you are already using 1.0-beta2, there is little reason for you to upgrade. This release includes some minor bugfixes as well as some last-minute features to force FeedBurner feed redirection, the most recent updates to the Spamblock plugin, a Pivot importer, and missing UTF-8 encoding for Windows-Server date responses. Two minor security issues were addressed. One was a (hard to do) XSRF attack on the entry manager page, the other one being able to save PHP code in the serendipity_config_local.inc.php file (only an Admin can do that).
Release Notes: This release fixes XML-RPC posting problems as well as a few maintainance bugs, and has some feature enhancements.
Release Notes: New features include Smarty templating; an improved installer; a redesigned administration panel; full RSS content feeds (including extended entry); native import for Nucleus, WordPress, b2evo, bblog, bmachine, pmachine, geeklog, sunlog, Textpattern, phpBB, and MoveableType; support for server-timezone offset; improved directory/file structure; support for the JustBlogIt extension; pagination for the results of searching; support for realnames of authors; and browser content-language negotiation.
No changes have been submitted for this release.