b2evolution version 5.0.8 (stable) has been released!
This is mostly a security/bugfix update.
Although the security risks are moderate, we do recommend this upgrade for all users.
Free Software is not just about saving money. It's not just about sharing for sharing's sake. Free Software, at its core, is about empowering people. It is about ensuring that everyone has ultimate control over their own electronic lives, because the software that runs their electronic lives is under their control and not someone else's.
How do you know your computer is doing what you tell it to, and not someone else? How do you know your phone is only recording what you tell it to record? How do you know your files are only being read by you? How do you know your refrigerator isn't reporting on your diet to someone else?
The only way to be sure is to have the source code so that you or someone you trust can verify that it is doing only what you tell it to and your electronic tools are not secretly acting for someone else. Free Software is all about ensuring an individual's personal digital sovereignty, free from unwanted or secret invasion from anyone -- other people, corporations, or governments.
The entire point of sharing source code is so that individual people and organizations can ultimately have control over their own equipment, information, and digital lives. In many ways it is about privacy: The security to know that your data is accessible to you, and your computer is used by you, and only you, unless you decide otherwise.
Recent revelations, however, have shown that people's digital sovereignty is under even more attack than before. Both the American and British governments have been found violating the digital privacy of millions of people in their own countries and around the world. That is exactly the sort of attack on individual digital sovereignty that Free Software was created to combat.
As a leading Free Software project, the Drupal Community opposes such privacy invasions. We believe it is our ethical duty to stand with The Day We Fight Back and others who oppose such violations of individual digital sovereignty. We encourage all people, all over the world, to take a stand for digital freedom. If you are in the United States you can use the banner at the bottom of this page to locate and contact your Congressional representatives and tell them to oppose further infringement of individual privacy rights and to force the NSA and similar agencies to obey the law in both letter and spirit.
The Maps plugin allows you to create, manage and display Google Maps in your site. The 1.3 version of Maps plugin now supports Google API V3.
This new version of Maps plugin also brings some new features:
Download Maps plugin v 1.3+: http://geeklog.fr/wiki/plugins:maps
The Joomla! Project and the Production Leadership Team are proud to announce the release of Joomla! 3.2.3 which is a security release and also resolves a significant number of issues and bugs.
If you are currently running Joomla! 3.2, we urge you to apply this update immediately via either the one-click update or the update downloads available at http://www.joomla.org/download.html. For other versions of the 3.x series, applying the update is recommended as soon as possible.
The Nucleus CMS core development team has released Nucleus CMS v3.65. This release includes a few minor bug fixes that are intended to make it compatible with PHP 5.4. It is recommended that only users who are having issues with PHP5.4 support upgrade at this time. There are some bugs with character encoding in the Admin area.The change log can be found here.
stk/directory before uploading the new version.
After the Onslaught, the Devastation comes. Infinity Ward releases the second DLC pack for Call of Duty: Ghosts, adding more multiplayer maps, a new chapter for the acclaimed Extinction mode and a never before seen weapon. These new elements will be exclusive for Xbox One and Xbox 360 for a limited time, and it will be launched on April 3, later for Sony PlayStation systems and PC. Remember that the all the content in this pack will be updated automatically in the case that you've purchased a Season Pass.
Infinity Ward has designed 4 new multiplayer maps for the online mode that are going to be included in this DLC, called Ruins, Behemoth, Collision and Unearthed. The first one, Ruins, is located in a Mayan temple on a mountaintop. A special feature of the map is that the volcano included can be activated with a Field Order, destroying those players close to that area. The Collision map is a narrow map in which a cargo ship has collided with a bridge in New York, expanding the playable area. This map is perfect for tactics based on run-and-gun, and is very dynamic.
Infinity Ward has designed 4 new multiplayer maps for the online mode that will be included in this DLC
The Unearthed map is a re-imagined and redesigned version of the map that appeared in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the popular Dome. Completing the Field Order will grant you special access to a unique alien weapon. The last map included with the online multiplayer mode is Behemoth, based on an excavation platform located In South America. This map is really massive and dangerous since it features the biggest saw you have ever seen and deathly mortal falls. Additionally, the killing streak available in this map includes a helicopter with a fully controllable Minigun.
For adding variety to the already great arsenal of CoD: Ghosts, Infinity Ward has included a new weapon which is now available for those users that possess the Season Pass. The Ripper, this new weapon, is a hybrid creation of an Assault Rifle and a Submachine gun. This weapon with a strange design possesses a dual mode which can be switched at any moment during the game.
Finally, one of the most anticipated elements of this DLC is the second chapter of the Extinction mode, Mayday. This time the player will have to investigate a Chinese research vessel located in the Tasman Sea. While you look for the Captain Archer, you will be involved in a deeper conspiracy. Fight against the Seeders, and alien species with huge monster similar to the 100-foot tall Kraken.
One of the most anticipated elements of this DLC is the second chapter of the Extinction mode, Mayday
If you haven’t played CoD: Ghosts before, you can do it from March 7 to 10 for free on Xbox 360 and the new Xbox One. This demo includes the multiplayer mode that has turned into the main game mode for CoD: Ghosts. Be ready for the new content Activision releases and try to survive the hellish online battlefields.
The mod works on 2.0.7 as it should.