LnBlog 1.2.0 - No Need to Give Up
Hey, look! It's another LnBlog release! And only two years since the last one! Boy, Pete sure knows how to keep those improvements coming, doesn't he?
So...yeah. Here's another release. Development isn't anywhere close to what I'd call "active", but I'm still using this thing for my own site and I'm still maintaining it. In fact, I'm still adding the occasional feature.
The most visible change is probably that the HTML editor plugin is now inclued and enabled by default. So instead of writing posts in a dialect of BBCode, you can just use the TinyMCE WYSIWYG HTML editor. Note that the editor is implemented as an update to the old TinyMCE plugin, served via the free CDN. So if you want to write your HTML in a text area, you can just disable the plugin. And if you want to write your posts in LBCode, you can still set the markup mode as normal and the editor will be disabled. There are also a bunch of other fixes in this release - the list of tickets is available here.
You can grab a copy of the latest version from the traditional download page (complete with checksums and GPG signature). The recent releases are also linked to from the project issue tracker, which has been switched from MantisBT to The Bug Genie and includes things like a "releases" page, planning pages, and so forth. You can also use the tracker to file reports for any bugs you happen to see. Anonymous reports are disabled due to spam, so you'll need to either create an account or log in via OpenID.
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