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Published by Fiammybe on 2016/3/3 (220 reads)
The distribution archive for ImpressCMS 1.3.9 has received an update to fix an annoying bug. Download the current version of the installer for a bug-free experience.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/3/2 (312 reads)
We now present ImpressCMS 1.3.9! ImpressCMS 1.3.9 contains several bugfixes and enhancements, some of them specifically to work correctly on newer and better supported PHP versions.
ImpressCMS now requires PHP 5.5 to run, which shouldn't be a problem in today's world.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/2/23 (271 reads)
We now present the Release Candidate for ImpressCMS 1.3.9! ImpressCMS 1.3.9 RC contains several bugfixes and enhancements to work correctly on newer PHP versions.
Published by Fiammybe on 2016/2/9 (292 reads)
ImpressCMS is getting ready to release version 1.3.9 to the world. As a precursor, the release candidate will be available before the end of the week.
Published by Skenow on 2016/1/1 (327 reads)
We're looking forward to a great new year with ImpressCMS! We are entering our 9th year since our inception in 2007 and there's been a lot of activity going on behind the scenes. We wish you and all of your families and friends the best for 2016.
Published by Skenow on 2015/12/25 (326 reads)
May your days be merry and bright!
Another year has flown by and wherever you are and whatever your holidays are, may they bring warmth, love, joy, peace and hope!
Published by Fiammybe on 2015/11/11 (1024 reads)
Jetbrains released PHPStorm 10 a few days ago, and each major release brings along some major new features. How do they help us in ImpressCMS Development?
Published by Fiammybe on 2015/8/27 (1522 reads)
Visitors to our site may have noticed that a part of the site was unreachable for a limited amount of time. The problem has been resolved now.
Published by Fiammybe on 2015/8/13 (2717 reads)
ImpressCMS 1.3.8 contains bugfixes, backported code from ImpressCMS 2.0 development and updated external libraries.
Published by Fiammybe on 2015/7/24 (1942 reads)
For reasons of better exposure and more availability of development services for open source projects on github, ImpressCMS has migrated its main development repository from Assembla to Github.
Published by Skenow on 2015/5/24 (2863 reads)
At ImpressCMS, we take pride in following good coding practices, both to produce a stable, easy-to-use CMS, and in providing the most secure environment for your websites. In this day and age, high-assurance security is something that we have to start thinking about. As a community, we’ve done our best as far as code security; now, we’re looking to advance to the next level.
We are now working with SecurifyLabs, a company that specializes in open-source assessment and remediation support approached us. Their collaborations include open-source initiatives such as Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware, ElkArte and BigBlueButton. Having SecurifyLabs as our security partner will be a game changer for our entire community.
Published by Skenow on 2015/4/7 (2117 reads)
ImpressCMS 2.0 alpha 5 is now available.The files for this release can be found on the Development Packages page.
Published by Debianus on 2015/3/18 (1548 reads)
All users of one ImpressCMS site can read the PM other users have sent them; but what if you would like read the PMs you have sent?
Published by Skenow on 2015/1/11 (2109 reads)
7 years ago (on 9 January 2008, to be exact) the first beta release of ImpressCMS was announced and since then we have released 26 versions of ImpressCMS - from 1.0.0 to 1.3.7! We are averaging around 4 releases a year, which is a respectable number, considering the work that goes into them. Currently, we're still supporting 2 main branches - 1.2 and 1.3 - while developing in our 2.0 branch.
Over the course of the year, we switched our hosting to Siteground, and they have been a very good partner for us. We also did a quick redesign and relaunch of the Addons site to prepare for a merging of our different properties into a single, updated site.
We had 2 related vulnerability reports we addressed this year, which has prompted us to be even more diligent in our security efforts. We have joined oCert Security Response and are working with another vendor that will provide us with security scans based on community support (watch for an upcoming announcement).
All-in-all, year 7 was a good year and we're looking ahead to an even better year in 2015!
Published by Fiammybe on 2014/12/24 (1870 reads)