Make a Lasting Impression
Published by Skenow on 2008/2/1 (1536 reads)
The ImpressCMS Project has released an updated beta release of ImpressCMS 1.0 “JanusBeta 2!

This release of ImpressCMS improves on the initial release, based on the XOOPS 2.0.17 core. This release continues in our commitment to provide a stable migration path for XOOPS users and an easy to use CMS for new users.
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Published by Marcan on 2008/1/27 (1018 reads)
The ImpressCMS Project is proud to announce the availability of automatically created nightly builds of its code! By simply going on http://www.impresscms.org/nightly/, you will be able to download the latest development packages of ImpressCMS !
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Published by Skenow on 2008/1/21 (1176 reads)
ImpressCMS has now opened a new resource to the community - the ImpressCMS Wiki
. The wiki will be the central library for all documentation, tips, tricks, FAQs, user guides, developer guides and best practices.

The wiki will be a multilanguage, open community project, just like the core code of ImpressCMS. We have started over, building our wiki up from a blank framework and a strong work ethic, along with a desire to provide a useful resource and to further the development of the project.
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Published by Skenow on 2008/1/8 (3355 reads)
The ImpressCMS Project proudly announces its first-ever release: ImpressCMS 1.0 “Janus” Beta!

The first releases of ImpressCMS is based on the XOOPS 2.0.17 core + some additions made in the XOOPS 2.0.18 development branch and, as such, will retain compatibility with existing modules and themes. The goal is to provide an on-going, stable environment for information and support for XOOPS and its users.
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Published by Skenow on 2008/1/7 (58514 reads)
8 January 2008 -

Over the last 6 months, discussions have heightened over the future of the XOOPS project. During that time, several things have become evident and recounting them here is not our purpose.

While we were encouraged by the efforts and progress of the Draft Proposal Team and we continued to participate with them in hopes to produce something that would lead to a brighter future for XOOPS, recent events continued to unfold and compound and we have moved to establish a new project - ImpressCMS. ImpressCMS promotes open development, security, stability, extensibility, accessibility, compatibility, user-friendliness, standards compliance, social networking and so many other great things – all the things XOOPS could and should be.
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