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Thursday, September 28, 2006

fpThemes grand opening!

Fireworks all over the sky!

Let me introduce… (trumpets and drums…) fpThemes !

Here Hydra/Samyweb will publish fresh-released and tested fp-themes, so that you will be able to find them with ease in a central repository.

At this time we still have only a few themes, but Hydra assures she’s going to release a full bunch in a little themes, only a matter of days.

So, stay tuned!

http://fpthemes.nowhereland.it

And don’t forget we’re still searching for bugs! Test out FlatPress and notify us if you find any! We’re very interested in security-related flaws: don’t hesitate if you think you’ve found a serious issue!

We’re eager to release !

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Announcing Release Candidate

FlatPress 0.610-RC1 is out.

Yes, 0.610 means 06/10 . So you won’t see a 1.0 until 2010 :D

Ok, just kidding… (am I ?)

Get it here:
http://www.nowherela … ss-0.610-RC1.tar.bz2

Usual series of bug fixes I forgot, and probably a ton of new bugs introduced… LOL

Ok, I’ll add only a couple of features to the stable release, so start searching for bugs. If no relevant bugs will be found this could become the stable one.

Don’t you feel excited?

I do :)

–bye

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Update

http://www.nowherela … press.060919.tar.bz2
new style for the installer,
removed some steps,
and experimental search function

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

SPBItalia Phorum

We’ve always been in contact with SPBItalia (actually our work has started right from there).

Today the Forum Owner/Admin drudo has opened a new section for FlatPress!

Cheers!

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Fixes & co.

I’m lacking of imagination for the titles in these days :D

Damn, how would you call un update?
http://www.nowherela … press.060912.tar.bz2

I’ve cleaned up the switch theme thingy, that before was an ugly hack (as I didn’t read the smarty manual as I would have to :D), and something else here and there ;)

For instance, I fixed an inconsinstence with spb: it occasionally saves file names inconsistently with the timestamp it saves into them; I mean, if you post an entry @ 12:01:30 and your server is really slow, time could turn into 12:01:31 at the time the file is effectively saved. Well, spb could have named your files using this last time, and not the one saved in the timestamp…

I’ve discovered such a rush condition today, trying to edit an spb using FlatPress, and finding as an unexpected result two files with that slightly different time…

I suppose the issue does not affect latest versions of spb, just because the date is taken from postdata (the date form input fields in the add dialog)…

Oh, well, anyway, yet another “bug” fixed (actually this IS NOT a bug for FP, of course, it’s just an uncommon behaviour of spb).

bye