Welcome to Geeklog Friday, December 13 2013 @ 04:00 AM EST
The Geeklog Usage Stats [GUS] Plugin 1.7.1 is now available for download.
There are a 2 fixes with this version of GUS. These include:
The last version of GUS was released on April 9th, 2006. That is exactly 7 years ago (minus one day). The original author Andy Maloney has moved onto other projects and is no longer supporting the plugin. If you are interested in help improving the GUS plugin you can head over to its new home page to get more information on how you can help out.
Geeklog 2.0.0 is now available for download.
With Geeklog 2.0.0 we have raised the minimum system requirement if you use PostgreSQL as your database to 9.1.7 or later. The required PHP Version of 5.2.0 or greater remains the same.
There are a number of new features and fixes with this version of Geeklog. These include:
Please note: With Geeklog 2.0.0 plugins that install and/or access blocks, or access article topics, most likely will be not compatible. If you use any plugins that perform these functions please check with the plugin developer to make sure they are compatible before upgrading Geeklog. If you are not sure about 1 or more plugins and still wish to upgrade your Geeklog website then either disable the plugin(s) or uninstall it. All Core plugins have been updated and support Geeklog 2.0.0
Developers, please read more below to find out what has changed or is new in Geeklog that may affect development of themes and plugins.
The third release candidate of Geeklog version 2.0.0 is now available for download. For the full list of bug fixes found in Geeklog 2.0.0rc3 please read the included change log found in the docs directory of the download.
We expect that this release candidate will be the last one before the final Geeklog 2.0.0 release. If you have a chance please test this release on a non-production site. If you find any bugs, you can add them to the Geeklog Bugtracker. If all goes smoothly we hope the final version of Geeklog 2.0.0 to be released by the end of March.
As always we welcome new and updated translations. If you speak a language other than English and you would like to help out the Geeklog community, translations are a great place to start.
If you need help in setting up or using Geeklog, please see the documentation, the FAQ, the Wiki, try our search page or browse through the Support Forum. Chances are someone else already had the same problem.
More resources are listed on the support page.
If you still can't find an answer, feel free to post in the forum.
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