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CMSMS 2.0 Project Shelved

Posted May 26, 2011 by calguy1000
Category: General, Announcements

Today we have an announcement about the future direction of CMS Made Simple. After extensive discussion amongst the development team regarding our roadmap, we’ve made a decision which we know is the best way to continue ongoing development of the software. This decision relates to the development and release of “CMSMS 2.0”.

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Announcing CMSMS - Security Release

Posted May 25, 2011 by calguy1000
Category: Releases

Today we would like to announce a fix for an important security vulnerability that was detected in all running versions of CMS Made Simple.

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CMS Made Simple Development Cookbook now on sale

Posted May 13, 2011 by scotch33
Category: General, Community, Announcements

A brand new book by Dev Team Member Samuel Goldstein is now available from Packt Publishing.

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Announcing CMSMS 1.9.4 - Faanui

Posted March 5, 2011 by calguy1000
Category: General, Releases

Your CMSMS Dev team is once again proud to announce the release of yet another version of CMSMS. This is primarily a bug fix release. We've tackled some of the important issues that remained from CMSMS 1.9.3 including supporting newer versions of MySQL, and miscelaneous caching issues. We've also implemented a few minor performance improvements that should result in a minor performance boost for most websites.

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A call for marketing enthusiasts to join the CMSMS marketing team

Posted February 9, 2011 by scotch33
Category: General, Community

The CMSMS marketing team is looking for volunteers to join us and help get the project out to a wider audience. If you are a talented marketing individual then this CMS needs you! We are looking to find ‘can-do’ people for the following volunteer positions..

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Malware Warning on

Posted February 8, 2011 by ted
Category: General, Community

This morning I awoke to find that all of the sites were blocked for possible Malware distribution from Google. Of course, since all browsers now check for this, the world was immediately given a warning about possible security issues with our site, software and/or infrastructure. As the person that's in charge of keeping the servers running, and hoping that we didn't have a security flaw in CMS Made Simple, I jumped in to figure out where the issue was. Read More...

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