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03. 02. 2016 by mr101010
Today we are announcing the release of CMS Made Simple 2.1.2 "Andros Town". A mixed bag of bug fixes, minor feature improvements and security updates.
03. 02. 2016 by scotch33
We are delighted to announce it’s that time again! GeekMoot
, our CMSMS convention is booked for October 2016 and is returning to the UK. On the 19th, 20th and 21st of October 2016 we will be holding GeekMoot at the UK National Space Centre in Leicester.
20. 12. 2015 by mr101010
This is an incremental release in the CMSMS 2.x series, addressing bugs and minor concerns.
06. 12. 2015 by mr101010
Hello again CMSMS users.
Here we are again with another release of your favourite, powerful, and flexible open source content management system: Version 2.1 - "Bahamas".
This release includes a number of bug fixes as we continue to stabilize and improve the 2.x series, as well as a few notable feature improvements.
11. 11. 2015 by John Scotcher
With CMSMS 2.0 now in full swing and being used across a multitude of sites, the Dev Team wanted to spend some time helping you with module creation. To that end, Robert Campbell (Calguy1000) has created a comprehensive PDF that will take you through the process of creating a module for 2.0.
04. 10. 2015 by Robert Campbell
Only one day after 2.0.1 was released we were forced to issue a new release with a single bug fix consisting of only two lines.
03. 10. 2015 by Robert Campbell
We knew that shortly after releasing 2.0, regardless of how many months we were in beta, we would be creating bug-fix releases. This is because the number of users who actually use the system increase when you remove the 'beta' or 'release candidate' suffixes. Therefore, more issues are reported that need to be fixed. CMSMS 2.0.1 - Adelaide is the first of those bug fix releases.
06. 09. 2015 by Robert Campbell
Everybody jump for joy, spray the champagne and scream it from the mountain tops: CMSMS 2.0 is here!! Yes, it's really here!!
31. 08. 2015 by Robert Campbell
CMSMS 1.12.1 (Rontiki) is purely a maintenance release. It fixes numerous issues that have cropped up in the last few months.
10. 08. 2015 by John Scotcher
We're pleased to announce that GeekMoot 2016 will be in the UK. We are provisionally looking at March and to decside when we need your help!
21. 06. 2015 by mr101010
We are here! After many, many rounds of internal testing and bug fixing we finally made it! It has been a long road, but the Dev Team is now very pleased to announce CMSMS 2.0 RC1 (Release Candidate 1) for widespread public testing.
14. 04. 2015 by Anne-Mieke Bovelett
In the past 10+ years we have seen and had many a discussion in our community about bug reports and feature requests for CMS Made Simple™ that were marked as invalid and then closed by a developer.
12. 04. 2015 by mr101010
Today we are announcing the latest in the stream of releases for CMSMS 1.x. Version 1.12 - Pohnpei. This release can be called a 'security and stability' release where we primarily made changes related to security, but also attempted to resolve or improve a number of outstanding issues.
26. 03. 2015 by JoMorg
Often I find topics on the forum where people inquire about finding professional templates specifically made for CMS Made Simple. Almost as often there are also critical voices, usually amongst the replies to those topics, saying that CMSMS needs more templates, both freely and commercially available. In my point of view CMSMS has the largest repository of templates in the internet.
20. 02. 2015 by Robert Campbell
Important Security Release
Although we had not planned on releasing a new version of CMSMS for a while yet, a few security vulnerabilities (some that were reported to us, others that we found ourselves) have forced our hand.
19. 02. 2015 by scotch33
As I sit writing this article, I’m thinking about the jobs that I have on at the moment. There are quite a few. I can honestly say that around 50% of them would not be mine (or at least not in the way they are being done) without previous GeekMoots. In those previous GeekMoots I have found customers, forged and solidified relationships with suppliers, plus I have learned a great deal about CMSMS on the way. Oh, and I joined the Dev team!
Geekmoot is a fun weekend attended by serious people. For most attendees it will at least mean travelling over one border. For many it will mean a long journey through sea and air to get to Ghent. People don’t come to GeekMoot on a whim. People come to get something serious out of it.