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Entries for 2012

03
Oct

The future of moderator

In our 2.3 release, we marked CMS_MODERATOR as deprecated. This has caused some discussion on our email lists, so I would like to explain what we are planning and why. In particular, I would like to reassure users and developers that these changes will not leave anyone behind - which is the last thing we'd want to do.

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21
Sep

django CMS 2.3.3 released

We've just released a hotfix release for django CMS 2.3.2 restoring Python 2.5 support.

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19
Sep

django CMS 2.3.2 released

2.3.2 Released

Today we're releasing django CMS 2.3.2.

2.3.2 mostly focuses on performance and fixes.

What has changed?

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12
Sep

django CMS 2.3.2 RC1 released

2.3.2 Release Candidate 1

Today we're releasing the first 2.3.2 release candidate.

2.3.2 mostly focuses on performance and fixes.

What has changed?

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22
Aug

django CMS 2.3.1 released

Today we released version 2.3.1 of django CMS. This release constitutes a pure hotfix release to contain a incompatibility between the CMS and the newly released django-mptt 0.5.3. django CMS now requires django-mptt 0.5.1 or 0.5.2.

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29
Jun

django CMS 2.3 released

Today I'm excited to announce the release of django CMS 2.3. In this version we focused mostly on polishing and bugfixes, therefore it does not contain much in the way of major change. Nevertheless, I am very happy with this release.

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20
Jun

django CMS 2.3 release candidate 2 available

Today we release 2.3 RC2, the second release candidate for django CMS 2.3 on GitHub.

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13
Jun

django CMS 2.3 release candidate 1 available

After hard work at the DjangoCon Europe 2012 sprints, we are now ready to release Release Candidate 1 for django CMS 2.3.

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26
Mar

DjangoCon Europe 2012

DjangoCon Europe is coming to Zurich, Switzerland this year, and with it a chance to meet the Django CMS core developers.

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09
Feb

The right way not to do things

The second in a series of articles about extending django CMS by Daniele Procida, developer of Arkestra

In this article: why django CMS is liberating, democratic and educational for developers, by knowing what not to do and how to not do it. 

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04
Jan

Scary monsters and feature-creep

The first in a series of articles about extending django CMS by Daniele Procida, web developer at Cardiff University School of Medicine and creator of Arkestra, a suite of structured-content applications that integrates with django CMS. In this article: why django CMS's restrained feature set is one of its most important assets.

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