Release Notes: Several minor feature enhancements have been made in this version, and a few minor bugs have been fixed. Improvements include obfuscated email addresses (to protect users), more intelligent last post links, improved paging, and better performance.
Release Notes: This release includes some minor bugfixes, enhancements to existing features, and some new features, including the ability to delete messages for tidier message boxes and user registration to help your online community grow.
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor bugs as well as greatly enhances the performance of several tasks. The data model has been slightly altered, and users are encouraged to upgrade to this data model for easier future upgrades.
Release Notes: WWW Forum has been redesigned and rewritten. It now features an improved user interface that is both visually pleasing and XHTML-compliant. A messaging system has been added as well as many other minor new features. This is a beta release that is only recommended for developers or experienced users.
Release Notes: This release is a stability release only, addressing a few minor bugs found in the 0.8.10 release. The most notable bug fixed is the one that keept updated user aliases and passwords from persisting across multiple sessions. Users of all previous versions are advised to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release includes many enhancements to the look and feel of the forum, including a major revamp of the skins system, as well as a few notable bugfixes further increasing the stability.
Release Notes: This release focuses on fixing bugs and improving stability. The most notable fixes are in the administration system and pretask system. Current users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. This software is still recommended for developers and advanced users only.
Release Notes: This release includes the most feature enhancements to date, including several new topic administrative tasks such as saving, locking, and sticking topics. Images have also been added to the project to help identify topic characteristics. Also worth mentioning are some account administrative functions which utilize the pretask system. Both user and administrative account holders can now conveniently manage passwords and aliases through the Web interface without disrupting their current activity.
Release Notes: This version introduces a complete user registration system and allows administrators to enable or disable it as needed. Additional setup scripts were also added to aid installation, however it still requires manual installation, so it is only recommended for developers and experienced users.
Release Notes: This release includes some notable feature enhancements including a customizable skinning system with a few sample skins, calculation of script execution time, as well as some minor layout improvements and bugfixes.