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dotProject 2.1.2 released

The latest release of dotProject version 2 is now available. This version is a bug fix (including security fixes) and performance enhancement.

More information, including complete list of bugs resolved is available at http://docs.dotproject.net/index.php/Status_Information

Posted by Adam Donnison 2008-07-29

dotProject 2.1.1 released

The 2.1.1 release of dotProject fixes a number of security related issues and functional bugs. Users of dP of 2.0 or later should immediately upgrade. More information can be found at http://docs.dotproject.net/index.php/Status_Information

Posted by Adam Donnison 2007-11-15

2.1 Release Downgraded to Release Candidate

Due to a number of issues with the release, the 2.1 release has been downgraded to a 2.1.1 release candidate.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2007-10-20

dotProject 2.1 Released

The full 2.1 release of dotProject is now available for download. This release contains a number of bug fixes and security enhancements and users of previous versions are urged to upgrade.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2007-10-14

dotProject 2.1 Release Candidate 2 Available

dotProject 2.1 RC 2 is now available for download. This includes a number of major security fixes over and above rc1. For full details please see the Status page at http://docs.dotproject.net/index.php/Status_Information

All users are encouraged to upgrade to this version as soon as possible.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2007-05-21

dotProject 2.1 Release Candidate 1 Available

dotProject 2.1 RC 1 is now available for download. This is both a bug fix and minor feature upgrade release. For full details please see the Status page at http://docs.dotproject.net/index.php/Status_Information

All users are encouraged to upgrade to this version as soon as possible.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2007-02-17

dotProject 2.0.4 security/bugfix release available

A new security release of dotProject is available which addresses a XSS vulnerability that could allow a remote attacker to discover user information.

This version also fixes a problem with updating from versions prior to 2.0.1.

All sites are urged to upgrade to this version ASAP.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2006-06-24

dotProject 2.0.3 security/bugfix release available

A new release of dotProject is now available which addresses known faults in 2.0.2, as well as security enhancements. All sites are encouraged to upgrade to this release.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2006-06-05

2.0.2 Released

dotProject version 2.0.2 has been released today.

For details on the bug reports closed for 2.0.2 go to http://docs.dotproject.net

For details on installing all versions of dotProject go to http://docs.dotproject.net

Main website including all support forums, faqs, documentation etc. http://www.dotproject.net and updated news item with exact links to documentation pages if you cannot find them.

Posted by Karen Chisholm 2006-04-21

2.0.1 Released

A bug-fix release is now available of 2.0.1 which addresses problems in new installations, CGI based systems, and various other minor irritations.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2005-04-09

Glitch with 2.0 release

Could anyone who downloaded dotProject 2.0 before 08:50 am GMT April 1, 2005 please download a fresh copy as we have found a show stopper in the early file. This will affect any site that is non-English.

Please also note that support requests, bugs, etc are handled on www.dotproject.net and NOT on sf.net.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2005-04-01

2.0 Released

No, its not an April Fools joke, dotProject 2.0 has now been released and is in the wild. More features than you can poke a stick at, more translations that a security council session at the UN, easier to install and use.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2005-04-01

New License for 2.0 release

Please note that as of 2.0 dotProject will be released under GPL. 1.0.2 will continue to be available under the original BSD license.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2005-03-15

dotProject2.0 Beta Program Has Commenced

Please visit us at www.dotproject.net for details.

Posted by Karen Chisholm 2005-03-12

CVS / Feature Freeze for 2.0

We have closed off access to the CVS whilst preparations for v2.0 are underway. In particular we need a stable platform to integrate the new permissions environment into.

Freeze is from midnight 20th September UTC for a minimum of 5 days - may be longer depending upon the amount of issues identified.

Posted by Karen Chisholm 2004-09-20

Feature Requests now on www.dotproject.net

Please visit for any existing feature requests or to lodge a new one.

Posted by Karen Chisholm 2004-08-10

Bug Reports & Feature Requests

Please note all bug reports (existing and if you wish to lodge a new report) are now on www.dotproject.net.

We are in the process of transferring feature requests as well.

Posted by Karen Chisholm 2004-07-29

dotProject Sourceforge Forums now turned off

If you're looking for a support forum we have turned them off from general access on Sourceforge as they are now set up and running on www.dotproject.net.

Posted by Karen Chisholm 2004-04-19

Forums now on dotproject.net

In order to better handle threading, searching and organisation, the support forums are now on dotproject.net. Please submit help requests, support and open discussion requests to the dotproject.net forums.

http://www.dotproject.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=phpBB2&file=index

Posted by Adam Donnison 2004-04-15

Anon CVS now working

Just received notification that the anonymous CVS (pserver and Browse CVS) has now been fixed. It appears that it affected all projects beginning with the letter 'd'.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2004-02-17

1.0.2 is out!

Thanks to the dedicated team, 1.0.2 is now out with a heap of bug fixes and a slew of new features. We recommend everyone updates to this version.

Remember to pick up your language packs from the dotmods site.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2004-02-02

Feature freeze for 1.0.2 release

We 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.

The 1.0.2 release is actually very exciting with loads of new features and bug fixes. There are so many goodies packed into this we could have upped the release number to 1.1, but there is still much to do. In addition there are now more translations, and heaps more effort going on in the dotmods project that will make dotProject the premier open source project manangement suite.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2004-01-14

New Year, New Site, New Focus

Our New Year's resolution this year was to get development and support rocketting ahead. We have created a new website at http://www.dotproject.net/ which has all of the features of the old site plus an expanded (and expanding) FAQ section. We are working on a new roadmap for develpment and starting to get the bug lists under control.

We hope this year will be a bumper year for dotproject and see it hit (and stay in) the top 10 projects.... read more

Posted by Adam Donnison 2004-01-08

New patches now on demo site

There are now two major patches that have been implemented on the dotproject demo site.

Please take a look at these and let us know if you think they are worthy of becoming part of the main release (we here at dP certainly think so).

The patches are:

1. Patch to speed up display of project list (patch 789837 from Pablo Roca).

2. Patch to allow copying of projects between companies, to allow for project templates (patch 828298 from Herve Heritier)

Posted by Adam Donnison 2003-10-28

dotProject bug fix version 1.0.1 available

Due to a problem with the SourceForge CVS system, users have not been able to get the latest CVS releases. As such an interim bug-fix release of dotProject has been issued.

This release fixes a number of issues related to permissions, and to task view, calendar popups, department creation and others. Please see the release notes and change log for details of the fixes.

Posted by Adam Donnison 2003-09-12