Dragonfly CMS 18.104.22.168 released!|
Posted by NanoCaiordo on Thursday, December 27, 2012 (02:41:12) (250 reads)
Fixed multiple XSS vulnerabilities, some of which only theoricals, also includes bug fixes and some features.
This is a very important release!
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Posted by Dizfunkshunal on Saturday, October 20, 2012 (08:20:52) (241 reads)
How you all doing? Hope your well. I'm back open getting things organized and on the move again. So here what I have done:
1. Followed DF in putting themes in a cvs to better organize and manage the themes I have ported or made. Also helps to secure the themes from lose due to hard drive failure Some I have lost and are not recoverable but I have added the ones I could recover to the cvs. CVS HERE.
Anyone who wants to contribute to the Themes CVS send me a pm.
2. Added new theme tf_assualt. Request to upgrade the theme so it would work with DF 9.3.3. Upgrade is complete and I also reworked the header images and completely re wrote the header html and moved all style info for header to style sheet. Still have some work left to do with it to clean up the templates.
Bug Reports and Feature Requests Here
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Dragonfly CMS v9.3.3|
Posted by NanoCaiordo on Thursday, January 26, 2012 (03:20:50) (499 reads)
A new, enhanced and bug fixed, Dragonfly CMS version has just been released.
We are now at v9.3.3, read release notes for more details.
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Posted by DJ Maze on Thursday, November 25, 2010 (16:47:08) (1235 reads)
I'm proud to announce a new community website that i've built using my own MOO CMS code.
For all you die hard race gamers check out http://www.raceroom.net/
The experience and expertise i received will result in brand new web scripts like the upcoming Poodle lib in Dragonfly v10!
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OpenID/XRI ClaimedAvatar webservice|
Posted by DJ Maze on Friday, October 29, 2010 (17:20:38) (1004 reads)
I've created a new login system that will be implemented in Dragonfly CMS v10.
Thanks to that i've also noticed that OpenID and XRI don't have a nice way to manage your avatar.
This is not the task of OpenID since it's an authentication system, not a profile system.
Therefore i've launched a new webservice where you can manage your OpenID/XRI Avatar based on your claimed_id.
This is different from Gravatar because this webservice will not store any personal information.
To promote this service i will implement this feature in Dragonfly CMS v10 as additional option for Avatar selection.
Go try the beta at: http://claimedavatar.net/
And leave a comment in the forum topic