Release Notes: This release offers an improvement to the performance of comment management with a “show more comments” button that allows journalists to browse paginated comments. Alongside this new feature, there were a number of bugfixes related to the upgrade from the previous version, plus improvement of library handling with the use of Composer (a dependency manager for PHP).
Release Notes: This release fixes a vulnerability which exploited the Admin interface’s password restoration. This patch permanently fixes that issue, and allows full use of the password restore functionality. Upgrading is highly recommended for all users. In addition, there are improvements to the media archive which offer far greater stability to news organisations with large collections of images, and articles, topics, themes, and performance have all seen minor fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release which, amongst other things, ensures Newscoop now works correctly with PHP 5.4 and improves the usability of the new comments and related article features. The hidden filter in comments management now only displays hidden comments and comments no longer approved by default, even though moderation is enabled. Related articles are now copied from the original article with the action "duplicate", and related articles for a translated article no longer have the title "null". Numerous other bugfixes improve stability and the UI.
Release Notes: This release fixes a critical bug preventing users from inserting images and attachments into an article via the TinyMCE editor. It's now also possible to correctly merge article types. Due to a bad SQL query, in some special cases (and for languages like Georgian), Issues in the admin interface were disappearing. This is now fixed. Due to another SQL problem it was not possible to add authors to articles - it is now. Saving a template in the themes manager for the first time no longer throws an Internal Server Error. Other minor bugfixes and improvements also included.
Release Notes: Issues relating to user permissions and selecting articles have been dealt with and content search now pulls up all content from translated issues. Reported bugs involving the HTML button unnecessarily cleaning code for embedded objects and an occasional failure to save content were identified. Upgrading also no longer creates an occasional error in the TinyMCE editor. ReCaptcha for Newscoop’s subscription feature is now implemented. Blog listings (blogs, entries, comments) were also improved with new pagination and a link to blog entries list added to make finding content easier.
Release Notes: This security update fixed an XSS vulnerability in the admin login page plus front end vulnerablities to cross-site scripting attacks.
Release Notes: A geolocation tool to map out your content using point and click or GPS data. The ability to credit multiple authors and manage their bio, image, and information in one central place. Content can be structured in news-friendly issues, sections, and different article types. Templating to produce anything from HTML5 to mobile, or use a new range of custom-built magazine and newspaper templates. An overhauled GUI with a new drag and drop widget dashboard. A page caching engine that speeds up your pages by between 8-50 times over uncached speed on production environments.
Release Notes: Two new features were introduced, ten bugs were fixed, and four improvements were made. Login problems that have been reported by IE and Opera users have been solved. A Polish localization and multiple template upload were added.
Release Notes: This release added custom ordering in the article universal list, a software code syntax highlighter in the article editor, and many bugfixes, including the revision of all operations to prevent cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks. An LDAP authentication plugin that allows easier integration with third-party systems is now available.
Release Notes: This release fixes a potential XSS vulnerability, improves session handling to avoid logged user session grabbing via CSRF attacks, improves the universal list function (which allows the user to choose how to list and search articles in the admin interface), and updates the UI redesign. The next Campsite update is due at the end of August.