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THCNET Message System

The THCNET Message System is a customizable PHP-enabled Web application which provides a moderated message system using a backend MySQL database.


Recent releases

  •  11 Jun 2007 01:38

    Release Notes: This release adds the ability to further control the system based on policy maps.

    •  06 Jan 2007 01:01

      Release Notes: Changes have been made to the system configuration options to make it more readable. There are minor bugfixes and code cleanup.

      •  26 Sep 2005 07:48

        Release Notes: HTML generation was fixed to meet W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional requirements. The templates were updated to use CSS for layout and optimized page generation. Additional user input checking was added. Additional template macros were added. Various minor bugfixes were made. Templates for RSS page generation were added. Site locking support was added.

        •  03 Jul 2001 12:10

          Release Notes: This release features a completely reworked macro and template system, a fix for a minor bug in the spell checking function, tracking of number of logins and messages per user, easy configuration of the display name for the Anonymous User, a fix for a bug in the selection of the default preview mode when composing messages, and Message Lists and Moderation screens now use the form template.

          •  07 Jun 2001 18:39

            Release Notes: This release contains several updates and additions to the syslogging feature. A bug with the search results has been fixed. There are several security fixes where access levels didn't match up properly in areas. The install process and navigation of large posts have been improved. Configurability has been improved by adding CSS classes in areas to make changes to the look and feel easier. The ability to define acceptable HTML and macros, a message preview function, spell checking, topic icons, the ability to see who is online currently, and user configurable thread expiration have all been added. The speed of displaying messages in large threads has been greatly improved. Email addresses are masked to help reduce spam.

            Recent comments

            07 Jun 2001 04:38 krux

            Re: Home page?

            > I prefer apps with home pages so that I
            > can track the programs individually.

            That's why I just redid the home page. I even used THCNET to do it.

            10 Dec 1999 14:09 shaman

            Home page?
            I prefer apps with home pages so that I can track the programs individually.


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