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Scoop 1.1.8 Released -- Users Urged to Upgrade New Code
By Captain_Tenille , Section News []
Posted on Sun Aug 13, 2006 at 12:00:00 PM PST
This is a security fix release of Scoop. It fixes a bug in edit_story where users are allowed to edit their own stories, a bug in story posting, and some cross site scripting vulnerabilities. If you are upgrading, some boxes need to be upgraded by hand. Look at the file UPGRADING-TO-1.1.8.txt for full details.

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Scoop 1.1.7 Released Announcements
By Captain_Tenille , Section News []
Posted on Tue May 09, 2006 at 12:00:00 PM PST
This is a subminor release of Scoop, with some bugfixe. In the future, we'd like to get in the habit of making little point releases like this more often between the more major releases, so the changes aren't as drastic.

The main reason this release is being made right now, though, right before we expect to start making prerelease candidates for Scoop 1.2 is that this will probably be the last release of Scoop that will only have support for Apache 1.3.x. After this, Scoop will support both Apache 1.3.x and Apache 2.0, so it was decided that there should be a definite point where Apache 2.0 support was added. After this release is that point.

Scoop 1.1.7 can be downloaded as scoop_1.1.7.tar.gz.

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The mailing list archives have returned Announcements
By janra , Section News []
Posted on Sat Mar 25, 2006 at 12:00:00 PM PST
The list archives for scoop-help, scoop-dev, and scoop-checkins have been restored back to the beginnings of the respective lists. (In the case of scoop-help, this is April, 2000.)

Apologies to anybody attempting to search the list archives for help with Scoop in the months they were not available.

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Scoop 1.1 has been released! Announcements
By hillct , Section News []
Posted on Fri Feb 10, 2006 at 12:00:00 PM PST
We're pleased to announce the release of Scoop 1.1 offering significant new functionality to users as well as inproved flexibility and scalability for site owners.

Features:
  • Optional multiple selection polls
  • Massively improved session management
  • Flexible admin-configurable user preferences system
  • Collaborative event calendar module
  • Flexible macro execution management similar to HTML tags management
  • Custom submission/post messages per section
  • Tag Taxonomy for authors and readers including a fill tag cloud
  • Shared database support for (limited) shared account management etc.
Scoop Release 1.1 can be downloaded as: scoop_1.1.tar.gz

(116 comments, 217 words in story) Full Story >>

Scoop 1.1 Release Candidate 2c Out Announcements
By Captain_Tenille , Section News []
Posted on Sun Jan 15, 2006 at 12:00:00 PM PST
It's true: the second release candidate for Scoop 1.1 is now available. This should be the last RC before Scoop 1.1 is released. If you are interested, please download it and test it out to help us find any bugs that might still be lurking in it.

There will be a three week waiting period between this RC and the final release. Barring any major issues, Scoop 1.1 should be released then.

Thanks for your patience. Who knows, maybe Scoop 1.2 will be released sometime this year as well?

Update [2006-1-15 15:55:11 by Captain_Tenille]: Oops, forgot to update the scoop.sql file before tagging RC2. Thus, the link is now to RC2abc. Sorry about that. If you downloaded the old RC 2, make sure that you add patch-30-TagEnhancements (and patch-31-TagPermUpdate). Thanks.

Update [2006-1-15 16:9:49 by Captain_Tenille]: Gah, the patch table was out of sync with the patches. That's now updated, so upgrading the DB won't cause tons of errors. Went and fixed a couple of little things for RC2c while I was at it.

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Adman, The Friendly Ad Manager Announcements
By coryking , Section News []
Posted on Fri Nov 04, 2005 at 12:00:00 PM PST
I dont know about you, but managing all the different adsense channels on my websites is a big pain in the ass. Not only do I have many different channels defined in google, but I'm starting to find that registered users need to be fed different ads then the anonymous users. This is a lot to keep track of!

Ad Manager (adman) is my attempt to help manage the ad inventory found on any large scoop site.

There are two box files: adman_showads adman_admin

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Scoop Box Exchange 1.1 Released! Boxes
By hillct , Section News []
Posted on Sun Mar 06, 2005 at 12:00:00 PM PST
The Scoop Box Exchange has been updated to better integrate with the with the Scoop project website.

Key New Features:
  • Box Versioning is now supported
  • Box Comments are now supported

(58 comments, 190 words in story) Full Story >>

CMS Matrix Announcements
By kpaul , Section News []
Posted on Wed Nov 24, 2004 at 12:00:00 PM PST
Not sure if this is the place to post this, but I came across CMS Matrix tonight. I think the site needs a Scoop Wizard to clue the masses in on Scoop. MT, Drupal and others are represented there. IT could drum up more interest in Scoop, no?

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