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Welcome to Geeklog Monday, November 30 2015 @ 10:50 PM EST

Geeklog 1.8.0 BETA 2

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The second beta version of Geeklog 1.8.0 is now available for download and has also been installed here on for you to try it out.

The new features have already been documented elsewhere, but the most visible ones are those "Login with Facebook" and "Login with Twitter" buttons. So if you are using one of those services, you can now use your Facebook or Twitter credentials to log into (and, potentially, any other Geeklog site, if the site admin enables it).

As for changes since the first beta - there were quite a few of them, actually. Quite a few things had to be tweaked, including the theme and the language files, so we decided that a second beta was necessary before we move on to release candidates. And for that, we need your help!

Geeklog 1.8.0 BETA 1

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The first beta version of Geeklog 1.8.0 is now available for download. As announced, this version now requires PHP 5.2.0 or later.

New feature in this version include:

  • Improved Configuration, which was the Google Summer of Code project of Akeda Bagus from 2010. Improvements include a search function and input validation as well as an updated look.
  • OAuth Support, allowing users to log into a Geeklog site with their Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn account, developed by Hiroshi Sakuramoto of Geeklog Japan.

... as well as a lot of other improvements, e.g. new icons, tweaks in the user interface, and the inclusion of jQuery.

We would like to encourage you to download this beta version, try it out, and give us your feedback. Since this is a beta version, it may still contain bugs, so you may want to wait before actually running it on a "live" site. We will keep rolling out updates over the next weeks, though, and still plan to ship the final version later this month.

Google Summer of Code 2011 - without Geeklog

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Summer of Code
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Google has announced the mentoring organizations for the Google Summer of Code 2011. Sadly, Geeklog did not make the cut this year. While we are a bit disappointed, of course, we would like to thank Google for the opportunity of spending 4 great summers on this program.

If you are a student interested in open source development, please head over to the official GSoC site and apply for a project from one of the accepted organizations. It's a great opportunity and you shouldn't miss it!

As for Geeklog: We are going to try and find out the reasons why we weren't accepted this year and will prepare for a better application in a possible future instance of the Summer of Code. And in the meantime, we have some work to do ...

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