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2.3. 2: Milestones Parent


2008

  • February 6
    Dragonfly 9.2.1.0 released

2005

  • September 11
    Dragonfly 9.0.6.1 released
  • September 2
    Dragonfly 9.0.6.0 released
  • July 1
    Dragonfly 9.0.5.0 released
  • June 1
    Dragonfly 9.0.4.0 released
  • April 5
    Dragonfly 9.0.3.0 released
  • March 20
    Dragonfly 9.0.2.0 released
  • February 12
    Dragonfly 9.0.1.1 (Security Fix 1) released
  • February 7
    Dragonfly 9.0.1.0 released
  • January 12
    Dragonfly RC1 released

2004

  • December 3
    Dragonfly PR1 released
  • October 27
    Dragonfly™ is created to replace OpenSpirit
  • October 26
    OpenSpirit name found to be already taken by another company
  • October 11
    cpgnuke.se (Sweden) goes live
  • October 9
    phpnuke-guatemala.net switches to CPG-Nuke support
  • October 1
    OpenSpirit is chosen as the name for CPG-Nuke 9
  • July 24
    cpgnuke.nl (Dutch) goes live
  • July 19
    CPG-Nuke 8.2b is released, a maintenance release for 8.2
  • June 30
    CPG-Nuke Brazil goes live
  • June 24
    cpgnuke.it (Italy) goes live
  • June 23
    cpgnuke.dk (Denmark) goes live
  • May 7
    CPG-Nuke 8.2 is introduced
  • April 19
    cpgnuke.com resumes operation with the help of webdev1, who managed to get us a sponsored server through DedicatedNOW
  • April 18
    Despite cpgnuke.com being offline, CPG-Nuke 8.1.1 is released through cpgnuke.de, pitcher.no, and nukephotogallery.com
  • April 17
    cpgnuke.com goes offline during the release of CPG-Nuke 8.1.1 as the result of a bad webhost
  • April 16
    pitcher.no becomes an official CPG-Nuke support site in Norway
  • April 11
    cpgnuke.de (Germany) goes live
  • January 13
    cpgnuke.com goes live as the official Project site
  • January 9
    Last cross-platform release (1.2b) of "Coppermine for CMS" from the authors of CPG-Nuke

2003

  • December 25
    CPG-Nuke is born, coined "CPG-Nuke 6.5 CPG"
  • September 25
    Coppermine for PHP-Nuke 1.2 released
  • September 7
    Coppermine Project rescued by forum members after the author disappears. He was later found and thankful for their efforts

2001

  • December 1
    Final release of ThatPHPWare

2000

  • June 26
    Francisco Burzi registers the PHP-Nuke Project at SourceForge, releasing version 1.0
  • April 4
    ThatPHPWare 0.1.0 released

Created: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 (13:22:40) by Trevor
Updated: Thursday, April 03, 2008 (03:44:01) by tuta