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Thursday 7th July, 2005

ANNOUNCE: Kumera, version 0.3 released to the public

ANNOUNCE: After another long pause in development, release 0.3 has been released into the unsuspecting public. This release adds new features, mainly the ability to edit index pages and bug fixes, notably around the delete/update/commit of index pages.

Monday, 14th September, 2002

ANNOUNCE: Kumera, version 0.2.1 released to the public

ANNOUNCE: After a long pause in development, a bug fix of the software has been released to the general public. This release incorporates several bug fixes since release 0.2, over 2 years ago. The current website has been updated, and extra documentation has been written.

Monday, 31st July, 2000

ANNOUNCE: Kumera, version 0.2 released to the public

ANNOUNCE: Kumera version 0.2, a Perl and XML based Content Management System for web sites has been released to the public under the Open Source Artistic Licence by CyberCyberCyberCyber Pty Ltd. New features include bug and security fixes, and added functionality for uploading sites to remote servers. Kumera is system developed for small to medium size web sites that need multiple users writing and editing pages. It is designed to be a low-end solution, requiring only Perl 5, the relevant Perl modules (XML::DOM and a few others) and a web server to get running. More information can be found at the Kumera web site, http://www.cyber4.org/kumera or contact Jim Richards at grumpy@cyber4.org.

Thursday, 13th April, 2000

ANNOUNCE: Kumera, Content Management System

ANNOUNCE: Kumera, a Perl and XML based Content Management System for web sites has been released to the public under the Open Source Artistic Licence by CyberCyberCyberCyber Pty Ltd. Kumera is system developed for small to medium size web sites that need multiple users writing and editing pages. It is designed to be a low-end solution, requiring only Perl, the relevant Perl modules (XML::DOM and a few others) and a web server to get running. More information can be found at the Kumera web site, http://www.cyber4.org/kumera or contact Jim Richards at grumpy@cyber4.org.



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