Monkey Boards / News: Recent posts

Progression

Sorry about the lack of updates!! I've been very busy with university work lately, for the last month or so, but have been getting on with things, don't fear!

Right now I'm preparing the initial documentation and trying out phpDocumentor with the code, which involves going through every file and making comments on everything I see fit to!

I'm also considering installing Trac for the project, or spending a bit more time getting SourceForge sorted out to make it a little bit more usable. Remember if you have any questions or suggestions, the forums on the Monkey Boards website are always open!

Posted by Jamie Hurst 2009-03-07

Development Restart

Monkey Boards hasn't seen any activity for a good long time, so I thought it was about time someone did something about it. I've now taken over the project, and will be restarting active development, hoping to improve a lot of the features already in Monkey Boards, and to add some new ones too. The project goals will still be the same, to provide a simple, easy-to-maintain and lightweight bulletin board system. There'll be more news as it happens!

Posted by Jamie Hurst 2008-11-14

Monkey Boards 0.4 released

Monkey Boards is a message board system suitable for smaller web sites. It aims to be simple, fast and efficent. It is coded in PHP and uses an SQLite database.

The next alpha version is now available for download. Search has now been implemented! We need aplha testers to find and iron out all of the bugs.

Please download it here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=165094&package_id=187126&release_id=487669

Posted by James Greenwood 2007-02-19

Monkey Boards 0.3.8 released

Monkey Boards is a message board system suitable for smaller web sites. It aims to be simple, fast and efficent. It is coded in PHP and uses an SQLite database.

The next alpha version is now available for download. The vulnerability identified by netVigilance has been fixed along with a bunch of other small fixes. Testing is highly appreciated!

Please download it here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=165094&package_id=187126&release_id=467854

Posted by James Greenwood 2006-11-30

Monkey Boards 0.3 released

Monkey Boards is a message board system suitable for smaller web sites. It aims to be simple, fast and efficent. It is coded in PHP and uses an SQLite database.

The next alpha version is now available for download. It now has support for multiple languages, multiple styles and editing of posts. Lots of little bugs have been fixed too.

Please download it here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=165094&package_id=187126&release_id=431061

Posted by James Greenwood 2006-07-10

Monkey Boards 0.2 released

Monkey Boards is a message board system suitable for smaller web sites. It aims to be simple, fast and efficent. It is coded in PHP and uses an SQLite database.

The next alpha version is now available for download. It now has a complete administration interface, moderation facilities, emoticons and filtered HTML input for posts.

Please download it here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=165094&package_id=187126&release_id=414014

Posted by James Greenwood 2006-05-01

Monkey Boards 0.1 released

Monkey Boards is a message board system suitable for smaller web sites. It aims to be simple, fast and efficent. It is coded in PHP and uses an SQLite database.

The second pre-alpha version is now available for download. Logic and presentation are now separated using the Template Lite engine, the style has been revamped and there is a neat installation script.

Please download it here:
http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=165094&package_id=187126&release_id=412231

Posted by James Greenwood 2006-04-23

Monkey Boards pre-alpha released

Monkey Boards is a message board system suitable for smaller web sites. It aims to be simple, fast and efficent. It is coded in PHP and uses an SQLite database.

The first pre-alpha version is now ready for download. It includes the basic functionality, allowing registration, authentication and message posting.

Please download it here: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=165094&package_id=187126&release_id=411707

Posted by James Greenwood 2006-04-21