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Posted 3 months ago
We don't announce every release, which is why the “news” section of this web site can occasionally appear outdated. Check the “Download” section for the latest releases. Citadel will shortly be moving to a “rolling release” model. Because of this ... [More] , the version numbers will no longer have decimal points in them. For example, the next version after 9.01 will be 902, followed by 903, 904, etc. There will no longer be any such thing as a “major release” or a “minor release” -- instead, all bug f… [Less]
Posted 3 months ago
We don't announce every release, which is why the “news” section of this web site can occasionally appear outdated. Check the “Download” section for the latest releases. Citadel will shortly be moving to a “rolling release” model. Because of this ... [More] , the version numbers will no longer have decimal points in them. For example, the next version after 9.01 will be 902, followed by 903, 904, etc. There will no longer be any such thing as a “major release” or a “minor release” -- instead, all bug f… [Less]
Posted over 1 year ago
There are two important data management changes starting with Citadel 7.60. The first one is a big change to how Citadel uses LDAP. You might know that prior to Citadel 7.50, we had the ability to populate an external LDAP address book with the ... [More] contents of Citadel's global address book. As it turned out, this was not very useful. It was deprecated in 7.50 and has been removed in 7.60. We were fairly certain that nobody was using this feature, and the fact that no one has complained about it… [Less]
Posted over 1 year ago
Someone recently asked why Citadel “hadn't been updated in over a year.” Actually it has; we simply don't announce every point release. There's always something interesting going on!
Posted over 1 year ago
There are two important data management changes starting with Citadel 7.60. The first one is a big change to how Citadel uses LDAP. You might know that prior to Citadel 7.50, we had the ability to populate an external LDAP address book with the ... [More] contents of Citadel's global address book. As it turned out, this was not very useful. It was deprecated in 7.50 and has been removed in 7.60. We were fairly certain that nobody was using this feature, and the fact that no one has complained about it… [Less]
Posted almost 3 years ago
Version 8.22 of all components of the Citadel system are now available. This is another maintenance release. Share and enjoy.
Posted almost 3 years ago
Version 8.20 of the award-winning Citadel groupware suite is now available. This is primarily a maintenance release; there are no new major components of the system. Worth noting is that if you are building Citadel from source code, the text mode client is now a separate download. Easy Install will continue to deliver this component.
Posted about 4 years ago
This week on FLOSS Weekly, Randall Schwartz and Simon Phipps chat with Art Cancro, lead developer of the Citadel system, and chat about Citadel's history as a BBS platform and the modern groupware platform it offers today. Check it out! []
Posted about 4 years ago
This week on FLOSS Weekly, Randall Schwartz and Simon Phipps chat with Art Cancro, lead developer of the Citadel system, and chat about Citadel's history as a BBS platform and the modern groupware platform it offers today. Check it out! []
Posted about 4 years ago
This week on FLOSS Weekly, Randall Schwartz and Simon Phipps chat with Art Cancro, lead developer of the Citadel system, and chat about Citadel's history as a BBS platform and the modern groupware platform it offers today. Check it out! []