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Seagull 0.3.7 stable Released

Posted on 30 April 2004 by Demian Turner

Actually it was released a few days ago, and a small swarm of bugs were reported and summarily squashed so a patch level 1 release is available.

What’s interesting about this release – it’s a reasonably stable version of all the features we’ve been working on for the last few months:

  • a clean approach to content mgnt with article and document management a classification tools
  • a robust framework for managing users, groups and preferences
  • substantial speed improvements
  • a reliable translation tool and a full italian translation
  • a simple and flexible set of base classes that take care of all your application tasks
    • authentication
    • logging
    • error handling
    • sessions
    • i18n
    • configuration
    • preferences
    • workflow
    • templating

The wiki has taken some good strides, see the updated version of the code examples page and the new data access summary – this is the best way to help you decide if the code could make your job easier/more efficient.

All feedback welcome, join the list, we’re up to 52 members,  according to MARC we’ve done twice as much traffic this month as last.

You may also find interesting, there’s some really good cms/framework comparison tools to be found and best of all, a good overview of what a full-featured framework should offer.

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