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Topic: General News

The new items published under this topic are as follows.


 Documentation: dotProject(s) Marketplace Opens
 
 
Mar 01, 2020 - 09:08 PM :: Karen :: 30973 Reads
General NewsIf you have a requirement for a special development, assistance with installation, a hosting package or any other commercial requirements for your dotProject installation please visit our freelancers site - dotProject(s) Marketplace Our team of core developers and support personnel will be happy to quote on your project.

You might even want to sponsor a component of the next dotProject release! Please feel free to check the contents of the next release via our Developers Site. The link is on the left - just above the link to the dotProject(s) Marketplace site.

Please note - we are not looking for any freelancers to sign up - the services from this site will all be provided by current active members of the development and support team - that way you know you are getting the service from the people who really know what they are doing, and do that work on a day to day basis.


 
 
 dotProject Services
 
 
Feb 02, 2009 - 08:33 PM :: Karen :: 32187 Reads
General NewsIndividual Members of the dotProject Team are happy to provide a range of services to the community - the list below can fill you in on who to contact for what.



 
 
 dotProject v2.1.2 - Bug Fix / Security Updates & Performance
 
 
Jul 29, 2008 - 05:38 AM :: Karen :: 28343 Reads
General NewsVersion 2.1.2 was released tonight - 29th July 2008. You can get the update from:

dotProject Sourceforge Download

Further information on what is included in this release is available at:

http://docs.dotproject.net

We suggest that all sites upgrade as soon as is practicable to ensure that you have all the resolved bugs as well as the security issues addressed.

 
 
 dotProject used in E-Rate project for metropolitan school district.
 
 
May 11, 2008 - 10:48 PM :: Karen :: 20056 Reads
General NewsOur project team includes four separate vendors and the client, a large metropolitan school district. The project includes design and installation of new network cabling, active equipment (switches, routers, etc.), wireless LAN, IP telephony, and WAN access in more than 60 schools in the district. The project is expected to last approximately two years and will cost several million dollars. Most of the funding comes from the E-Rate program so we are operating in a heavily regulated environment where everything will be subject to future audit and review for compliance.


 
 
 dotProject 2.1.0 rc1 released
 
 
Feb 17, 2007 - 12:28 AM :: Karen :: 22136 Reads
General NewsdotProject 2.1.0 has been released today.

For details please see:

dotProject Release Notes - 2.1.0 - rc1

 
 
 New Documentation Site
 
 
Feb 13, 2007 - 07:23 PM :: Karen :: 20306 Reads
General NewsSome will have noticed but others may not be aware that we've switched on a new documentation site, which is a substantial rewrite of the old site content and layout. The site is still not quite finished, but it's got a lot of useful content on it already and a link to the old site if you hit one of the areas that we're still working on. The site can be accessed from: http://docs.dotproject.net

 
 
 PHP 5, MySQL 5 and dotProject
 
 
Jan 17, 2007 - 09:01 PM :: Karen :: 25212 Reads
General NewsFor a recent posting on the subject by our lead developer: PHP 5, MySQL 5 and dotProject Blog Article

 
 
 Are Open Source Software Tools Better than Commercial?
 
 
Sep 18, 2006 - 07:27 PM :: martinig :: 130990 Reads
General NewsMore and more developers are using development tools produced by the open source community like JUnit, MySQL, Eclipse, PHP or JBoss. A recent poll asked to compare the quality of open source and commercial software development tools. And the winner is... not obvious ;o)

 
 
 New Security/Bugfix release of dotProject 2.0.4
 
 
Jun 23, 2006 - 11:39 PM :: Karen :: 19635 Reads
General NewsImportant Information

A new release of dotProject has been released today. Version 2.0.4 fixes a XSS (Cross Site Scripting) vulnerability in the handling of the login parameter, which may allow an attacker using a carefully constructed URL to gain information, such as cookie details, from a user's session.

This release also fixes a problem with upgrading from versions prior to 2.0.1. More information can be found in the ChangeLog on the dotProject download page.


All sites are urged to upgrade ASAP

For details on installing all versions of dotProject go to Installation Instructions

To download 2.0.4 go to Sourceforge - dotProject

For all support forums, faqs, documentation, bug listings etc. visit the main website at http://www.dotproject.net

IMPORTANT: Before upgrading please refer to Important 2.0.4 Announcement

 
 
 New Theme / New Modules
 
 
Jun 19, 2006 - 05:41 AM :: Karen :: 25602 Reads
General NewsWe've had to move the upgrade of the website up in priority. Apologies but this means that language packs and other elements won't be available for until Tuesday Australian time whilst we catch up with the finishing touches.

In the meantime, some of the menu items have been moved to the top right hand side of the screen.

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Update as of 20th June - All available language packs have now been uploaded.
If you can't find a language pack for your own locale - why not consider producing one and sharing it with the community - the instructions on how to are in the Language Pack area. (To get to language packs use the link on the top right hand side of the site).



 
 

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