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Topic: General News

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 Documentation: dotProject(s) Marketplace Opens
 
 
Mar 01, 2020 - 09:08 PM :: Karen :: 35792 Reads
General NewsIf you have a requirement for a special development, assistance with installation, a hosting package or any other commercial requirements for your dotProject installation please visit our freelancers site - dotProject(s) Marketplace Our team of core developers and support personnel will be happy to quote on your project.

You might even want to sponsor a component of the next dotProject release! Please feel free to check the contents of the next release via our Developers Site. The link is on the left - just above the link to the dotProject(s) Marketplace site.

Please note - we are not looking for any freelancers to sign up - the services from this site will all be provided by current active members of the development and support team - that way you know you are getting the service from the people who really know what they are doing, and do that work on a day to day basis.


 
 
 dotProject Services
 
 
Feb 02, 2009 - 08:33 PM :: Karen :: 40424 Reads
General NewsIndividual Members of the dotProject Team are happy to provide a range of services to the community - the list below can fill you in on who to contact for what.



 
 
 dotProject v2.1.2 - Bug Fix / Security Updates & Performance
 
 
Jul 29, 2008 - 05:38 AM :: Karen :: 39161 Reads
General NewsVersion 2.1.2 was released tonight - 29th July 2008. You can get the update from:

dotProject Sourceforge Download

Further information on what is included in this release is available at:

http://docs.dotproject.net

We suggest that all sites upgrade as soon as is practicable to ensure that you have all the resolved bugs as well as the security issues addressed.

 
 
 dotProject used in E-Rate project for metropolitan school district.
 
 
May 11, 2008 - 10:48 PM :: Karen :: 35959 Reads
General NewsOur project team includes four separate vendors and the client, a large metropolitan school district. The project includes design and installation of new network cabling, active equipment (switches, routers, etc.), wireless LAN, IP telephony, and WAN access in more than 60 schools in the district. The project is expected to last approximately two years and will cost several million dollars. Most of the funding comes from the E-Rate program so we are operating in a heavily regulated environment where everything will be subject to future audit and review for compliance.


 
 
 dotProject 2.1.0 rc1 released
 
 
Feb 17, 2007 - 12:28 AM :: Karen :: 30334 Reads
General NewsdotProject 2.1.0 has been released today.

For details please see:

dotProject Release Notes - 2.1.0 - rc1

 
 
 New Documentation Site
 
 
Feb 13, 2007 - 07:23 PM :: Karen :: 29011 Reads
General NewsSome will have noticed but others may not be aware that we've switched on a new documentation site, which is a substantial rewrite of the old site content and layout. The site is still not quite finished, but it's got a lot of useful content on it already and a link to the old site if you hit one of the areas that we're still working on. The site can be accessed from: http://docs.dotproject.net

 
 
 PHP 5, MySQL 5 and dotProject
 
 
Jan 17, 2007 - 09:01 PM :: Karen :: 34036 Reads
General NewsFor a recent posting on the subject by our lead developer: PHP 5, MySQL 5 and dotProject Blog Article

 
 
 Are Open Source Software Tools Better than Commercial?
 
 
Sep 18, 2006 - 07:27 PM :: martinig :: 279512 Reads
General NewsMore and more developers are using development tools produced by the open source community like JUnit, MySQL, Eclipse, PHP or JBoss. A recent poll asked to compare the quality of open source and commercial software development tools. And the winner is... not obvious ;o)

 
 
 New Security/Bugfix release of dotProject 2.0.4
 
 
Jun 23, 2006 - 11:39 PM :: Karen :: 28253 Reads
General NewsImportant Information

A new release of dotProject has been released today. Version 2.0.4 fixes a XSS (Cross Site Scripting) vulnerability in the handling of the login parameter, which may allow an attacker using a carefully constructed URL to gain information, such as cookie details, from a user's session.

This release also fixes a problem with upgrading from versions prior to 2.0.1. More information can be found in the ChangeLog on the dotProject download page.


All sites are urged to upgrade ASAP

For details on installing all versions of dotProject go to Installation Instructions

To download 2.0.4 go to Sourceforge - dotProject

For all support forums, faqs, documentation, bug listings etc. visit the main website at http://www.dotproject.net

IMPORTANT: Before upgrading please refer to Important 2.0.4 Announcement

 
 
 New Theme / New Modules
 
 
Jun 19, 2006 - 05:41 AM :: Karen :: 35029 Reads
General NewsWe've had to move the upgrade of the website up in priority. Apologies but this means that language packs and other elements won't be available for until Tuesday Australian time whilst we catch up with the finishing touches.

In the meantime, some of the menu items have been moved to the top right hand side of the screen.

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Update as of 20th June - All available language packs have now been uploaded.
If you can't find a language pack for your own locale - why not consider producing one and sharing it with the community - the instructions on how to are in the Language Pack area. (To get to language packs use the link on the top right hand side of the site).



 
 
 Development / Download Links
 
 
Jun 15, 2006 - 10:07 PM :: Karen :: 1507494 Reads
General NewsOur development team uses Sourceforge.net to manage our downloads and patches.



dotProject Core

sf.net/projects/dotproject

dotMods User Contributions and Add on Modules

sf.net/projects/dotmods



 
 
 2006 DC PHP Conference
 
 
May 25, 2006 - 07:58 PM :: caseydk :: 87886 Reads
General NewsPHP DC, a community of individuals and organizations committed to helping government and non-profit organizations leverage the benefits of PHP, announced it will host the 2006 DC PHP Conference, October 18-20, 2006. The conference, "PHP in the Federal Enterprise and the World" will be held at the L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, DC, just minutes from the capital building. The conference will emphasize secure solutions for federal agencies, IT companies, and non-profit organizations. KB Conferences of Seattle, WA, has been contracted to assist in the production of the conference. More information is available from the DC PHP Conference Website


 
 
 dotProject 2.0.2 Release Available
 
 
Apr 21, 2006 - 04:26 AM :: Karen :: 32138 Reads
General NewsdotProject version 2.0.2 has been released today.

Thanks as usual go the fabulous development team for their tremendous effort with a total of 714 reports addressed since 2.0.1 was released.

For details on the bug reports closed for 2.0.2 go to Bug Fix Listing

For details on installing all versions of dotProject go to Installation Instructions

To download 2.0.2 go to Sourceforge - dotProject

Main website including all support forums, faqs, documentation etc. http://www.dotproject.net

 
 
 CfBT Teacher Education in Malaysia
 
 
Jan 22, 2006 - 05:17 PM :: shouball :: 30276 Reads
General NewsCfBT is a not for profit educational organization. Last year we were given the go ahead to begin a complex pilot project (PIERS) to intensively train English, Maths and Science teachers in a cluster of Malaysian government schools in the state of Negeri Sembilan.

During the planning stage we sampled a number of project management tools which would enable us to consolidate planning and keep our offices in the UK, Brunei and Malaysia frequently informed of updates. I reviewed a number of possibilities, but stopped when I discovered DotProject on the server which hosts our teacher website http://www.the-tutor.com

Dot Project has provided us with trouble free and systematic communication, easy access for all the project workers and increased our efficiency – no more time wasting phone calls asking for information about contacts….

Thank you DotProject developers for your help!


 
 
 dotProject Merchandise Competition
 
 
May 09, 2005 - 01:08 AM :: Karen :: 14229 Reads
General NewsAs part of the celebrations of the opening of our new Merchandise Shop, dotProject is giving you the opportunity to win a T-Shirt


 
 
 dotProject Priority Support Subscriptions
 
 
May 04, 2005 - 11:30 PM :: Karen :: 16329 Reads
General NewsdotProject implements paid priority support options.

 
 
 Phone Calls to Saki Computer Services
 
 
May 04, 2005 - 06:20 PM :: Karen :: 8480 Reads
General NewsThis is technically a developer blog (so it is on our site as well) but telephone calls direct to us are starting to become a major issue.

 
 
 Results of Survey and Observations - dotProject version 2.0 Beta Phase
 
 
Apr 22, 2005 - 12:00 AM :: Karen :: 8538 Reads
General NewsA final report has now been released. Full details and a link to the report download can be found at:

dotProject Developer Blog

 
 
 New Forum Package up and running
 
 
Apr 20, 2005 - 02:23 AM :: Karen :: 8917 Reads
General NewsThe new forum package is now up and running

 
 
 dotProject Forums to be changed over
 
 
Apr 19, 2005 - 04:06 AM :: Karen :: 6709 Reads
General NewsWe are working on a changeover from pnphpbb to vbulletin.

 
 
 Team: Contacts, Module & Translation Owners
 
 
Apr 19, 2005 - 03:31 AM :: Karen :: 7968 Reads
General NewsThis page outlines the contact details for all the module and translation owners associated with dotProject.

If you have specific programming updates or details about any of these items you might like to contact the owner.

DO NOT USE THESE CONTACTS TO ASK FOR ANY SUPPORT QUESTIONS. USE THE SUPPORT FORUMS. READ THE POSTING RULES THERE FIRST. USE THE SEARCH FEATURE.

This is not a difficult distinction - if you are offering updates or translations - then use these links. If you are asking why something does not work for you - then use the support forums.

DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES WHATSOEVER, NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU BELIEVE YOU CAN / SHOULD / HOW IMPORTANT YOU AND YOUR PROBLEM MAY BE TO YOU SEND THE SAME EMAIL TO MULTIPLE ADDRESSES ON THIS LIST.

If people continue to abuse this very simple request then we are going to be forced to remove these contact points. Unfortunate, but some people seem to think that requests of this nature are obviously not intended for them.

 



 
 
 2.0.1 Released
 
 
Apr 09, 2005 - 01:28 AM :: Karen :: 7250 Reads
General NewsVersion 2.0.1 - Bug Fix Release is now available.

 
 
 New Translations Location
 
 
Apr 01, 2005 - 03:08 AM :: Karen :: 6290 Reads
General NewsTranslations are on the move... to www.dotproject.net

 
 
 2.0 Thanks and Acknowledgements
 
 
Mar 31, 2005 - 09:49 PM :: Karen :: 6752 Reads
General NewsAs with any release of software there are a number of people who have contributed to that release and we would like to publicly acknowledge that contribution.


 
 
 Beta Test Program for 2.0 Has Commenced
 
 
Mar 11, 2005 - 03:35 AM :: Karen :: 5458 Reads
General NewsPlease consult Support and FAQ Forums for details.

 
 
 Contacts, Module & Translation Owners
 
 
Feb 17, 2005 - 12:00 AM :: Karen :: 69675 Reads
General News

 
 
 iCal (.ics) integration
 
 
Dec 20, 2004 - 10:39 PM :: sjwillis :: 17037 Reads
General NewsHi. I've just posted a tarball of some files that you can install alongside dotproject that alllow you to subscribe to your dotproject tasks/events in iCal or Mozilla's calendar. You can download the files here. Hope someone finds it useful.

 
 
 WARNING: CVS Currently VERY UNSTABLE
 
 
Oct 23, 2004 - 12:17 AM :: ajdonnison :: 6170 Reads
General NewsThe CVS is now in the process of having the new permissions system grafted in. As such it is likely to be COMPLETELY BROKEN for a period of time. Whilst you are welcome to have a look, it is no point in posting problems - we know it is broken and are working on it to get it in shape for a release. Pointing this out to us just takes us away from the main game, which is providing you with the best release of dotProject possible. Please be patient. We will update the news when the release is out of this critical phase and into calmer waters.

 
 
 2.0 CVS Freeze on 20th September
 
 
Sep 15, 2004 - 08:14 PM :: Karen :: 7248 Reads
General NewsThe time has come to get some organisation into proceedings so that we can look towards 2.0.

We'd like to call a CVS commit freeze as at midnight UTC on the 20th September for at least 5 days - but could be longer depending upon the number of fixes required. This freeze is particularly required because the permissions changes are big and we need to have a stable base when we commence the amalgamation of that and some of the other changes we've got in the wings.

Developers please check the Developer forum or your sourceforge email list for details on how to continue submitting updates during this time.

If anybody wants details on what's included in 2.0 please refer to the Developers Site from the Modules Menu.

Post the freeze and after we've had time to assess the amount of bug fixes etc required we'll be closer to announcing some dates.

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Apologies everyone - the freeze is still in place because the amalgamation is still underway and taking longer than we originally estimated. Hopefully the BIG list of new features will be worth the wait.

 
 
 Developer Site / Roadmap
 
 
Aug 31, 2004 - 12:59 AM :: Karen :: 7384 Reads
General NewsWe have added a link from www.dotproject.net to the developer site which outlines the various upcoming releases - each in its own individual project for people to review.

*Developers Site* is in the Modules menu to the left of the site.

If you do not have a valid developer login in the site already you will automatically be logged in as guest and will have no permission to change anything.

 
 
 Documentation Translation Volunteers sought
 
 
Aug 01, 2004 - 10:24 PM :: Karen :: 9430 Reads
General NewsWe are about to start another major push on the documentation site to bring many of the pages in line with the next version.

As we say with monontonous regularity we will advise a release date when we have one - please do not keep asking us as we do not have one at the moment.

We would also like to see the online documentation translated into languages other than English and would be very keen to hear from anyone who would like to volunteer to assist with that project.

Please PM me if you are interested in volunteering and which language(s) you would like to translate into.
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chinese encoding below: 你喜欢dotproject 吗?我们需要帮助来把它的文件翻译成中文。如果你愿意帮忙,请PM Revelation7 或者写revelation7@users.sourceforge.net. 谢谢!

 
 
 Nightly CVS snapshot now available
 
 
Jul 28, 2004 - 09:15 PM :: ajdonnison :: 9813 Reads
General News

Nightly CVS snapshots are now available for testing. Use the link Download CVS snapshot in the Menu on the left of this page.

Warning - CVS snapshot is just that, a snapshot of the current development, and may break. Use at your own risk and NEVER on a live system

 
 
 Bugs & Feature Requests / Suggestions on www.dotproject.net
 
 
Jul 27, 2004 - 09:52 PM :: Karen :: 8714 Reads
General NewsIn the ongoing move to consolidate all access to a single location, we have now set up Mantis access from www.dotProject.net

There is a link in the Modules menu on the left hand side of the site.



 
 
 PHP5 is not supported
 
 
Jul 20, 2004 - 07:57 PM :: Karen :: 8119 Reads
General NewsPHP5 has just been released.

dotProject is not compatible with PHP5.

There is no current schedule to implement PHP5 and dotProject and no immediate plans to incorporate this into our development schedule.

Changing dotProject to support PHP5 is insufficient. Backwards compatibility is already an issue and is, to our minds, the major requirement. There are far too many hosting sites and client sites running older versions of PHP for us to contemplate breaking such support.

Please do not ask us when we will be supporting PHP5 as we do not have a date or a plan in mind.



 
 
 IRC Logs now on the web.
 
 
Jul 11, 2004 - 10:33 PM :: ajdonnison :: 8827 Reads
General NewsThe logs of the IRC channel #dotproject on irc.freenode.net are now visible via the web at http://logbot.dotproject.net/.

 
 
 dotProject Sourceforge forums shut down
 
 
Apr 20, 2004 - 02:27 AM :: Karen :: 8364 Reads
General NewsForums on Sourceforge are now in the process of being shut down. Please use the forums here for any questions or discussions you might like to raise.

 
 
 Support Forums being transferred to dotProject.net
 
 
Apr 14, 2004 - 11:54 PM :: Karen :: 6477 Reads
General NewsDue to overwhelming requests, we've set up a new Support Forum environment on dotproject.net.

In order to provide better searching and topic monitoring functionality, we have now set up support forums on dotproject.net. Thanks to the excellent work from the phpBB2 team, these forums are now open and ready for use. We're leaving the Sourceforge forums active for a few days whilst we let everyone catch up with the news - but feel free to use the Support Forums here as soon as you notice them. (They are accessed via the Modules list on the left hand side of the website: ***Support Forums*** Link).


 
 
 Yet another server move
 
 
Mar 18, 2004 - 12:45 AM :: ajdonnison :: 5952 Reads
General NewsWe have now moved the website to a new hosting provider, BigBlueHat. If you don't see the BigBlueHat logo in the Sponsor block then you will need to refresh your cache entry, or you may be in a secluded backwater of the net where the DNS update hasn't reached yet. To refresh in Mozilla/Netscape hold the shift key down and click the Reload button. Something similar should also work in IE.

 
 
 Why Didn't I get an Answer to my FAQ
 
 
Feb 29, 2004 - 04:53 PM :: Karen :: 6715 Reads
General NewsSimple really, we don't answer FAQ's on this website unless they are exactly that - Frequently Asked Questions - we don't answer support requests here.

If you are looking for support on a particular problem with dotProject - go to our Support Forums on this site and ask your questions there.

 
 
 Documentation: Contributing to dotProject
 
 
Feb 18, 2004 - 05:52 PM :: ajdonnison :: 9525 Reads
General NewsThere are various ways in which you can contribute to dotProject. This article shows you how.

 
 
 DotProject 1.0.2 hits the streets
 
 
Feb 02, 2004 - 04:42 PM :: ajdonnison :: 12802 Reads
General NewsDotProject 1.0.2 is now available for download from the SourceForge website. Use the Development Links on the left to get there.

This version is chock full of new features and bug fixes. Check the Release Notices and Change Log for more details

 
 
 Feature Freeze for 1.0.2 release
 
 
Jan 14, 2004 - 04:47 PM :: ajdonnison :: 8342 Reads
General NewsWe are now in feature freeze for 1.0.2 release. This will enable us to focus on bug fixing and get the release out in short order.

 
 
 Long Term Contributor Takes a Break
 
 
Jan 12, 2004 - 01:10 PM :: ajdonnison :: 6881 Reads
General NewsDue to other commitments, long term contributor and admin, Andrew Eddie, is taking a break from dotProject. We all hope Andew the best with his new project, Mambo.

 
 
 Belated news of 1.0.1
 
 
Jan 09, 2004 - 10:41 AM :: ajdonnison :: 5834 Reads
General NewsWhile the news is a little belated, due to the change of websites, version 1.0.1 is now out.

 
 
 Team: The Team
 
 
Jan 08, 2004 - 10:51 AM :: Admin :: 19924 Reads
General NewsFor better or worse, there are always a number of perpertrators to an act. In our case, the dotProject team is made of a rag-tag team dedicated, over-worked, under-paid and vaguely frazzled bunch of professionals from around the world.

For more about them: Dev Team

 
 
 Demo: dotProject Demo
 
 
Jan 08, 2004 - 10:38 AM :: Admin :: 3968220 Reads
General NewsThank you for your interest in our web-based project management tool.

dotProject is built using free open-source applications and is produced and maintained by a small, but dedicated group of volunteers. dotProject is programmed in PHP, and utilises MySQL for a backend database (although other databases such as Postgres could also be used).

 
 
 Version 1.0 Released
 
 
Sep 01, 2003 - 12:00 AM :: Admin :: 5283 Reads
General News

The long-awaited dotProject version 1.0 has been released. This fixes a number of bugs and is by far the most stable release yet.

It is recommended that all users upgrade to version 1.0. And please, remember to pick up ancilliary modules and language packs from the dotMods project download page. The core release only includes the English language pack.



 
 
 Beta 1 Has Landed
 
 
Jun 03, 2003 - 12:00 AM :: Admin :: 8935 Reads
General NewsThe Beta 1 resolves a major issue around a security vulnerability via the insertion of maliciously crafted sql in the username and password login page. You are advised to upgrade to prevent injury caused by this vulnerability.

 
 
 Heading Towards Version 1.0
 
 
Mar 12, 2003 - 12:00 AM :: Admin :: 4449 Reads
General NewsA great deal of work has been done to dotproject since version 0.2.2 both in the underlying code-base and in additional functionality and bug-fixes. We now feel it is at a stage where it can be 'birthed' into Version 1.0 status.



 
 
 Team: dotProject
 
 
Mar 12, 2003 - 12:00 AM :: Admin :: 308423 Reads
General NewsOriginally commenced in 2000 by dotmarketing.org, dotProject was developed as a state of the art Project Management tool from the start.

The original theme (still available in the first release of 2005) flagged dotProject as an open source alternative to Microsoft products and other expensive, commercial applications.

Right from the start, dotProject had, as it's core aims a number of simple requirements:

* Clean, simple and consistent user interface;

* Project Management functionality - not another CMS, groupware environment or all things to all people collaboration tool, but a project management environment;

* Open source / open access / free usage.

And right up until the current day, these aims remain the core aim of the current administration team.

Sure, we still have some functionality that is required, but over the years, dotProject has undergone some formidable updates, additions and code changes and we fully intend to keep that activity up, with the ongoing support of our user community.


 
 

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