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Beta Testers wanted!

Posted September 9, 2010 by compufairy
Category: General, Releases, Announcements

We're getting ready for the beta testing cycle of the new version of CMS Made Simple (Version 1.9). This will be a closed beta... Only the people accepted to the group will have access to the beta, and an advantage over everybody else. As the system is seriously evolving, we appreciate you help in the process of improving it. We are looking for ten to twenty experienced CMS Made Simple users that want to get involved, and have been looking for an opportunity to do so.

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CMS Made Simple workshops

Posted August 28, 2010 by compufairy
Category: General, Events, Community, Geek, Announcements

Have you always wanted to learn how to port static designs to CMS Made Simple? Or how to juice up and optimize your site design with jQuery? Or how to boost your SEO? How to style forms, news entries, etc.? Want to learn how to create modules and plugins for CMSMS 1.8 and beyond? And more?

Now's your chance! The CMS Made Simple dev team members and some of our most experienced users are giving pre-conference workshops on the first day of the Geek Moot 2010 in Amsterdam on September 15.

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Geek Moot 2010 Donation Drive

Posted August 16, 2010 by ted
Category: General, Events, Community, Announcements

It’s that time of year again. In order to fund some of the developers travel to the Geek Moot 2010, we’re going to require a bit of supplemental income. We’re looking to fund 3 developers coming over from North America as well as the remainder of the deposit for the event space. As with the last 2 years, we’re going to open up for help from the community. The goal this year is bigger than last year, but I’m hopeful that we can pull it off.

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Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.8.2 - Toliara

Posted August 12, 2010 by ted
Category: General, Releases, Announcements

This release is mainly to fix the issues that people with older sites had with the removal of the use_hierarchy option in config.php. To make sure that people don't mess up their SEO after an upgrade, we've put the option back in.

We've also done a few bug fixes, including a fix to the cms_stylesheet plugin, a bug in Menu Manager, and a few other things that should've been fixed awhile ago.

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Nominate CMSMS for the Packt Publishing Open Source Awards

Posted August 9, 2010 by ted
Category: General, Events, Community, Announcements

It's time again for the Packt Publishing Open Source Awards. These awards give amazing exposure for CMS Made Simple, and we'd love to be a finalist again this year. Please nominate us as soon as you can. We need all the help we can get!

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CMS Made Simple is Looking for PHP Developers

Posted August 5, 2010 by ted
Category: General, Community, Geek

With 2.0's upcoming alpha release coming very soon, we're looking for a few more PHP coders to add to the ranks of our motley crew of developers to help to push it along a little faster. Do you have the PHP5, OO and MySQL skills to join us? We sure hope so. Sound interesting? Read on.

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Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.8.1 - Mankara

Posted July 13, 2010 by tyman00
Category: General, Releases, Announcements

This release fixes an important security vulnerability, we recommend that ALL users upgrade as soon as possible.

The local inclusion vulnerability fixed is old and affects many previous versions of CMSMS. Therefore it is important for ALL installations to be upgraded as soon as possible.

This release also fixes all of the issues encountered with the CMSMS 1.8 release due to the overhaul of the translation function. Your performance in the admin section should be back to normal following this upgrade.

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Announcing CMS Made Simple 1.8 - Madagascar

Posted July 3, 2010 by compufairy
Category: General, Releases, Announcements

Onwards and upwards we go. The dev team is proud to announce the latest version of your favorite content management system. This version is primarily aimed at rounding out some of the rough edges that our primary audience (experienced, professional web developers) have experienced with CMS Made Simple. There are a number of new features to enhance performance not only of the website itself, but to make doing some mundane tasks faster and easier. As well, we've added some power for the contributing programmers, and fixed quite a few nagging bugs. We will now have a lot more to talk about at the Geekmoot in Amsterdam this September.

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