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The ImpressCMS team is proud to present the second alpha release for ImpressCMS 2.0.0. This release is the first release since the move to Git, and contains several major changes compared to the previous alpha release.This release is now ready to test, and depending on the amount of feedback we get, a new alpha release could be coming in one or two weeks. Let's take out the test sheet and make this a rock-solid release!The complete list of changes can be found on the changelog on Assembla.
The ImpressCMS project is moving! Physicall that is, because while we move from one hosting company to another during this week, we will remain at the same address as always - http://www.impresscms.org
In this series of articles, we take you back to how it all started for ImpressCMS.We do this in a series of interviews with our early contributors. This series of interviews marks the 5th anniversary of ImpressCMS.Our next contributor's interview is with Vaughan Montgomery. He was involved with ImpressCMS from the start.
The ImpressCMS 1.3.4 final release is now available to download. This release, the latest in the ImpressCMS 1.3 branch, proposes several regression and bug fixes, along with multiple updates to external libraries.
The first release candidate of ImpressCMS 1.3.4 is now available. This release mainly fixes some regressions that appeared since ImpressCMS 1.3.3.
We are very happy to announce the availability of ImpressCMS 1.3.3 Final, the latest release in the next-generation ImpressCMS 1.3 branch. In addition to the updated core of ImpressCMS, 3 core modules also have been updated - Banners, Profile and Protector.
ImpressCMS 1.3.3 Release Candidate can now be downloaded from our Development Releases page. Since the second beta, some more bugs were squashed, again thanks to the ongoing efforts of our testers and developers. This will be the most tested release ever, and we're very proud of that fact.
ImpressCMS 1.3.3 beta 2 can now be downloaded from our new page dedicated to the Development Releases. This second beta release fixes many bugs, thanks to the ongoing efforts of the testers and our developers. It's safe to say that this version will be the best tested ImpressCMS release there is, as @skenow mentioned already some days ago.
The second beta release for ImpressCMS 1.3.3 will be delayed slightly because we want to fix the issue related to bug #641. This is a regression that was introduced since release 184.108.40.206 which needs to be fixed before we can release the new archive.
There is now a dedicated forum to discuss documentation of ImpressCMS. Go there if you want to discuss topics related to documenting the system.