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Release 1.2b3

Today we released LFC 1.2b2.

Changes

  • Updates django-portlets to 1.3
  • Updates lfc-theme to 1.2.1
  • Updates Pillow to 2.5.0
  • Updates Docs
  • Adds tests of dependencies

You can find the installer on PyPI. The installation is described here and should last just a few minutes.

What is LFC?

LFC is a Content Management System (CMS) based on widely used software: PythonDjango and jQuery. It is easy to use, easy to customize, fast, free and open source.

More information

 

Release 1.2b2

Today we released LFC 1.2b2.

Changes

  • Formats buttons and select boxes with jquery.ui
  • Fixes superfish menu after ajax call

You can find the installer on PyPI. The installation is described here and should last just a few minutes.

What is LFC?

LFC is a Content Management System (CMS) based on widely used software: PythonDjango and jQuery. It is easy to use, easy to customize, fast, free and open source.

More information

 

Release 1.2b1

Today we released LFC 1.2b1.

Changes

  • Updates 3rd party javascripts (jquery, jquery ui, tinymce, superfish, etc.)
  • Adds progress bar to image uploads
  • Removes dependencies from django admin (uses own date/time picker)
  • Improves manage tabs (removes flicker)
  • Fixes lightbox for django-compressor (unicode decode error)
  • Moves static files to own namespaces (folders)

 

You can find the installer on PyPI. The installation is described here and should last just a few minutes.

What is LFC?

LFC is a Content Management System (CMS) based on widely used software: PythonDjango and jQuery. It is easy to use, easy to customize, fast, free and open source.

More information

 

Release 1.1.1

Today we released LFC 1.1.1 This is a feature release.

Changes

  • Adds Django 1.6 support
  • Factores out page content type to lfc-page
  • Factores out portlets to lfc-portlets
  • Factores out contact form to lfc-contact-form

 

You can find the installer on PyPI. The installation is described here and should last just a few minutes.

What is LFC?

LFC is a Content Management System (CMS) based on widely used software: PythonDjango and jQuery. It is easy to use, easy to customize, fast, free and open source.

More information

 

Release 1.0.4

Today we released LFC 1.0.4 This is a bugfix release.

Changes

Following bugs have been fixed:

  • Bugfix: Removed mutuable parameters; issue #11 of django-permissions

 

You can find the installer on PyPI. The installation is described here and should last just a few minutes.

What is LFC:

LFC is a Content Management System (CMS) based on widely used software: PythonDjango and jQuery. It is easy to use, easy to customize, fast, free and open source.

More information

 

Release 1.0.3

Today we released LFC 1.0.3 This is a bugfix release.

Changes

Following bugs have been fixed:

  • Bugfix: delete assigned portlets after an object has been deleted
  • Bugfix: templatetag 'navigation': check whether there is a 'get_ancestors' method; issue #25
  • Bugfix: invalidate cache after images has been updated or added; issue #50
  • Bugfix: prevent to add same Users several times to a Role; issue #6 of django-workflows
  • Bugfix: DatabaseErrors with Postgres; issue #5 of django-permissions
  • Bugfix: changed order of passed parameters to has_permission; issue #6 of django-permissions
  • Bugfix: removed not needed import of "sets"; issue #8 of django-permissions

 

You can find the installer on PyPI. The installation is described here and should last just a few minutes.

What is LFC:

LFC is a Content Management System (CMS) based on widely used software: PythonDjango and jQuery. It is easy to use, easy to customize, fast, free and open source.

More information

 

 

Release 1.0 Final

Today we released LFC 1.0. This is the first final release of Lighting Fast CMS.

LFC is a CMS based on Python, Django and jQuery.

You can find the installer on PyPI. The installation is described here and should last just a few minutes.

Its main features are: 

  • Commenting
  • Cut/Copy’n Paste 
  • Easy upload of images and files
  • Flexible Databases
  • Multilingual content
  • Pluggable
  • Role based per-object permissions
  • RSS Feeds
  • Search
  • Tagging
  • Time based publishing
  • Variable Templates
  • Variable Portlets
  • Variable Workflows
  • WYSIWYG-Editor

 

You can find more information on following places:

Release 1.0 beta 4

Today we released LFC 1.0 beta 4.

What's new?

More information:

 

Release 1.0 beta 1

Today we released LFC 1.0 beta 1 - the first public beta release.

What does this mean?

  1. No new features for the 1.0 branch - only bugfixes.
  2. The API is stable now. All changes to it will go through a proper deprecation process.
  3. We will provide migration scripts for all future versions (if necessary).

What's new?

More information:

 

Released 1.0 alpha 7

Today we released 1.0 alpha 7. The main changes - besides the usual tiny bug fixes here and there - are:

  • Added workflows
  • Added per-object permissions

 

Both are based on two separate reusable Django apps: 

 

More information about the release can be found here:

 

LFC 1.0 (Man o' War) is now feature complete and we will focus on:

  • API clean-ups
  • User Interface improvements (to manage users, roles, permissions, workflows, etc.)
  • Documentation improvements
  • Test coverage

 

We are also working on LFC Blog a simple blog and LFC Compositor a page composition application. 

So stay tuned.

Released 1.0 alpha 6

Today we released 1.0 alpha 6. The main changes - besides the usual tiny bug fixes here and there - are:

  • Improved manage translations: added automatically slug
  • Improved management filebrowser: show global files
  • Improved management: delete files/images on file system if an object is deleted
  • Improved management: optimized update images
  • Improved management: nicer mass uploads for files (same as images)
  • Improved search form: take correct slug according to current language for search results
  • Improved HTML: Display page titles within title tag
  • Gallery template: display image titles
  • Update german translations

 

We think we are almost feature complete and the API is near to stable. So hopefully this is one of the last alpha releases for the 1.0 branch (Man o' War).

More information can be found on PyPi: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-lfc

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