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    Feb
    21st
    by
    Paweł Sroka

    Elgg 1.10.2 released

    Elgg 1.10.2 has been released and is ready for download.

    As always, thank you to our contributors.  If you find any issues please make sure to report them at our github issue tracker.

    Contributors

    • Jeroen Dalsem (16)
    • Steve Clay (6)
    • Evan Winslow (2)
    • Jerôme Bakker (2)
    • Ismayil Khayredinov (1)
    • Juho Jaakkola (1)

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    Nov
    30th
    by
    Paweł Sroka

    Elgg 1.9.6 released

    Elgg 1.9.6 has been released. This release was dominated by documentation effort that was last step in moving all remaining pages from docs.elgg.org to learn.elgg.org. Big thanks to everyone that made it possible over all those releases.

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    Jul
    10th
    by
    Paweł Sroka

    Elgg 1.9.0-rc.4 released

    With slight delay in our 2-week release cycle, we're proud to announce that the fourth release candidate version of Elgg 1.9 as  availible for download. It's probably the last release candidate version before official 1.9.0 release so that's great occasion for especially intensive bug hunting. Please report all bugs in our github issue tracker: https://github.com/Elgg/Elgg/issues

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    Jun
    22nd
    by
    Paweł Sroka

    Elgg 1.9.0-rc.3 released

    Following our new 2-week release cycle (that recently passed the vote) we're proud to announce that third release candidate version of Elgg 1.9 is availible for download.

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    Jun
    19th
    by
    Paweł Sroka

    Community is now served via SSL and SPDY

    After recent update of community page to latest 1.9 release candidate version, followed by enabling search using SOLR integration, we're proud to announce that community is now served entirely over SSL. Such change not only improves security and privacy of the users, but also allows us to benefit from state-of-the-art HTTP optimizations such as SPDY.

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