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I have reopened and redone the Dragonfly CMS page @ wikipedia.org. Hope it will stay there, last page i did some months ago got deleted, but don't understand why. If you can improve the article, feel free to edit it, still lots of informations needed!
Congratulations to Dragonfly CMS.
RGW has been placing awards since 2004 and only once a year, Radio Gets Wild chooses only the very best of services for the Supreme Awards
We would like to say many thanks to all the Program Developers / Module / Block and Theme Makers of Dragonflycms. The speed & security backed up with great membership and forum support is a sure winner to be proud of. Looking forward to more great developments and wishing you all the very best for 2008.. see read more for full size award.
The long overdue Dragonfly Resource Digest is now being compiled.
Well DFaddons.com has changed owners. The site has been moved to a new server. I had to do do a fresh install of DF and modules for security reason and coding issues. I am going to be putting everything back up as soon as the coding issues are resolved. We have got the forums restored, all user accounts, downloads,etc. back up and working. Feature that you notice are still down will be coming back online 1 at a time as we get them modified to work properly with the new block changes. Yes I have had some help but since they do not code for dragonfly it takes longer because of double checking and making sure all details have been addressed. But be assured, everything will be back to normal as soon as it can be.
Go PHP5. You may have heard of it, you may not. Go PHP 5 is a strong initiative which is trying to push for vital change in the PHP community. PHP has a hefty following of developers and and has served those developers well. However, PHP 5 has been ignored by the majority of hosts and large projects for far too long now. Given that PHP 6 is now in major development isn't about time companies let go of the past and allowed change for the better? With companies refusing to upgrade, developers are forced to code for PHP 4 (including myself!). With developers still providing so much code for PHP 4, hosting companies are reluctant to upgrade. It's a vicious circle that has been a sticking point for a long time.
Switch to PHP 5.2 before February 5th, 2008
· Bugfix: Account registration failed
· Bugfix: first compress data, then encrypt. As compression does not work on encrypted data.
· Bugfix: revamp of TPL parser failed to check context attributes
· Bugfix: BBCode buttons failed to load some times.
· Cleanup more language strings
· Cleanup: more L10N data
· Bugfix: incorrect error "could not be found" in Dragonfly\Output\Js
· Bugfix: syntaxhighlight line-numbers broken due to box-sizing fix