Releasing Wolf CMS 0.8.0
We’ve just released version 0.8.0 of Wolf CMS. This release introduces some changes to the core’s Record class which should be backwards compatible and has a number of fixes for bugs which should enhance stability and security. It also has the latest version of the translations that were available at our Transifex project at the time of release.
Remember, all of our translations are available at our Transifex.com project page. You can get the bleeding edge of translations there.
To give our users a better understanding of the status of our project’s services, I’m happy to introduce http://status.wolfcms.org
The systems behind this page are completely independent of the rest of the wolfcms.org services and are actively monitoring the status of our services. If we have an incident or the wolfcms.org services appear unavailable, please check the status page for more details.
Announcement: Maintenance on November 17th CET
On Sunday, November 17th 2013 CET, the wolfcms.org website will be moved to a new server.
This will cause outages on the main WolfCMS.org website. However, we’ll try to keep downtime as short as possible. The finances.wolfcms.org website will not be impacted.
Update – The site migration concluded successfully.
Releasing Wolf CMS 0.7.8
We’ve just released version 0.7.8 of Wolf CMS. This release has a number of fixes for bugs and should enhance stability and security. It also has the latest version of the translations that were available at our Transifex project at the time of release…
Develop branch, HTTPS support and site moving servers
Since its kickoff, Wolf CMS has seen a quick increase in users, a growth in available plugins and its been seen to run some very interesting sites. Growth is good but also has other consequences that require the project be handled differently. Therefore, some time ago, I announced on the Wolf CMS.org forums that I’d be doing a so-called project reboot. This reboot will allow us to improve a number of things with regards to how the site runs and for example our development cycle. This in turn will allow us to push out smaller change sets at a higher pace while still maintaining overall stability.
The following three changes in the project are the first steps in that project reboot….