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Published by Skenow on 2009/5/17 (4120 reads)
Published by Skenow on 2009/5/12 (1835 reads)
Now in its second year, ImpressCMS is eligible for nomination for the SourceForge Community Choice Awards in the Best Project Category. You, of course, might think we also qualify for one or more of the new categories -
Best Project for Academia
Nominations will be accepted until May 29th, and the ten projects with the most nominations in each category will become finalists. The winners will be announced at a party, held at the Agenda Lounge in San Jose, CA, starting at 6:00 pm PT on the night of July 23rd, during the week of OSCON.
Published by Sina Asghari on 2009/5/6 (3570 reads)
ImpressCMS continues to grow from strength to strength and this now marks our 25th release in little over a year as we head along to our 3rd major version release. We're excited to announce the release of ImpressCMS 1.2 Alpha!
Published by Sina Asghari on 2009/3/8 (5162 reads)
ImpressCMS is proud to announce the release of 1.1.2 Final. ImpressCMS 1.1.2 Final is being released to address several issues discovered along with various improvements made in many other areas. Users are encouraged to install this release in a production environment, or upgrade their existing sites.
Published by Marcan on 2009/3/2 (2852 reads)
ImpressCMS 1.1.2 RC 2 is being released to address several issues discovered along with various improvements made in many other areas. Users are encouraged to install this release in a test environment and thoroughly test this version - it is not intended for production sites.
Published by JMorris on 2009/2/27 (2355 reads)
The ImpressCMS project has new hosting!
The ImpressCMS project now has its own private VPS to provide it's hosting needs. This will be a significant upgrade over the current hosting solution which will also provide enhanced security and greater flexibility due to it's isolated nature.
The INBOX team will be overseeing the migration on Saturday, February 28th, 2009 between the hours of 8:00am - 12:00pm GMT -5. During this time frame, the ImpressCMS sites will be closed to ensure data consistency.
Published by Tom on 2009/2/21 (1770 reads)
One of the most important aspects of ImpressCMS development is the actual testing of our product because without knowing if there are any issues in various different environments, we can't provide vital fixes.
Published by Tom on 2009/2/1 (2317 reads)
ImpressCMS 1.1.2 is being released to address several issues discovered along with various improvements made in many other areas. Users are encouraged to install this release in a test environment and thoroughly test this version - it is not intended for production sites.
Published by Tom on 2009/1/20 (4101 reads)
After many hours of continuous work, the ImpressCMS Team have now moved the entire project's development from SourceForge to its own Trac system.
Published by Tom on 2009/1/10 (2245 reads)
And you're coming with us!
Published by Tom on 2009/1/4 (1857 reads)
ImpressCMS has taken great strides over the last year and we'll continue to in 2009. As we finish our first year, we're wanting to streamline things a little to enhance and optimize our process in making releases, decisions and guiding the project. With this in mind, it was proposed we should consider a more formal structure for the project and that is what we're doing!
Published by Tom on 2009/1/3 (1520 reads)
ImpressCMS as a project has grown immensely over the last year, so much so that it's becoming more challenging to maintain and manage the project with such large numbers involved. Because of this, the decision has been reached to create a more formal structure for the sole purpose of directing the project and helping us to continue growing.
Published by Tom on 2008/12/29 (2395 reads)
ImpressCMS is proud to announce the release of 1.1.1 Final.
Published by Tom on 2008/12/15 (1539 reads)
ImpressCMS is proud to announce the release of 1.1.1 RC2.
Published by Skenow on 2008/11/26 (4028 reads)
On the evening of November 24th, 2008, we suspect an attack was perpetrated against the ImpressCMS network of sites. We are conducting an exhaustive investigation into this matter, but at the present time, the perpetrator(s) has not been apprehended. While performing our security audit, we observed that some system files had been changed. We also noticed files that were located in deep sub-directories that were very old. At present, we do not believe this is an issue with the ImpressCMS core, but with malicious code that has been lying dormant since before this site was converted to ImpressCMS.