LAS VEGAS, Dec. 28th - e107 Inc. announces re-branding and the release of v1.0 of its website content management system.
For the past 9 years the open-source CMS e107 has been mostly a hobby project of a few dedicated PHP developers. Despite its lack of funding or marketing over that time, e107 has continued to be a favorite CMS for the 150,000+ people and companies who use it. e107's strength lies in it's simple, intuitive interface and flexible architecture which allows the system to perform well on anything from blogs and personal websites to business sites and intranets.
"For many years e107 lacked some of the 'eye-candy' of other content management systems such as Wordpress or Joomla.", says Cameron Hanly, CEO of e107 Inc. "It was like a powerful engine in the body of an old-looking car and we believe some may have overlooked the potential of our CMS as a result."
Today e107 Inc. hopes to change that with its new website design, new branding and a new release of it's software - v1.0.
If you thought it was quiet around here, well think again!
In the ongoing battle for a more secure CMS, the developers of e107 have been hard at work coding, and discussing matters with the e107 support team to bring you 0.7.26 rc1 which should address some of the more recent issues we've come across. We have improved e107's security at the primary level and even increased the protection on insecure 3rd-party plugins to a lesser extent. Upgrading to 0.7.26 rc1 is highly recommended.
There are a few important things to note before you upgrade if you are using a customized "forgot password" template or the php bbcode. For the full details please see this work-in-progress list of changes. Thanks to everyone who submitted their feedback, questions and comments (particularly regarding security) - it has helped us to refine e107 further.
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