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plogworld.org updated to the latest development snapshot

plogworld.org is a site which is busy enough to be a reliable testbed of the new performance features introduced in the current development branch of pLog, what will eventually become 1.0. There is still a lot to do specially in the user interface front but the changes in the core are somewhat stable and work quite well. We have put a lot of effort into reducing the database load generated by requests to a blog and we have implemented things like content caching and HTTP conditional requests to reduce the server load and the bandwidth needed to run large communities. We are confident that these features will satisfy both normal users and large communities. plogworld.org is already running with all these new performance features enabled and we hope that you can feel that the site feels much faster :)
For those of you interested, the snapshot is available here: plog-devel-20040823. It can be installed as any other release but keep in mind that this is not even beta quality and that it might potentially be full of bugs as well as having some incomplete features.
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  1. Trackback Trackback: Site Updates
    As you can all see the site is going through some pretty big changes. The major of the all being the use of the recent plog 1.0 stable development snapshot. The main site, plogworld.org has already started using
    Posted by As you can all see the site is going through some pretty big changes. The major of the all being the use of the recent plog 1.0 stable development snapshot. The main site, plogworld.org has already started using 29 Aug 2004, 23:10
  1. Comment check yer archive links..

    woops

    Posted by anon 23 Aug 2004, 21:32
  2. Comment Why?

    ... locale_ru_RU.php in UTF-8 codepage? :)

    Posted by Yushin 24 Aug 2004, 08:21
  3. Comment sys. requirments

    Any special requirements in term of version of Apache, Php, Mysql etc ??

    Posted by btfans 24 Aug 2004, 20:34
  4. Comment RE: btfans

    the requirements are the same as before: apache 1.3 is preferred (though it should work wiht 2.0.x fine), php 4.x (php5 not supported yet, though the final version will) and mysql 3.x or 4.x.

    But please keep in mind that this is a development snapshot released to that you users can take a look at how things are coming along and it is not really meant to be used for real. There are still many bugs and things to do...

    Posted by oscar 24 Aug 2004, 22:19
  5. Comment Up to par

    I've already updated my site, http://www.socklabs.com and am ready to show the world.

    Posted by Nick 29 Aug 2004, 23:10
  6. Comment the admin

    I just tested it locally and I must say, it looks impressive! Though I must comment, that I'm a bit disapointed with the way the admin looks. It's a bit confusing.

    Posted by Clint 03 Sep 2004, 10:16
  7. Comment Updating

    I hope that there will be wizard for update!

    Posted by Tare 07 Sep 2004, 00:26
  8. Comment HTML Injection

    What about this issue ?

    http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/11082/discussion/

    Any truth to that rumour ? If so, is it getting fixed ?

    Thanks.

    Posted by murfie 29 Sep 2004, 08:01
  9. Comment to murfie re:sf.com article

    it is true...my site (arachnoidcyst.net/plog/) got nailed a while back, and had to disable register.php (rm register.php).

    Posted by owen 30 Oct 2004, 16:55
  10. Comment tsdfasdf

    asdfasdfasdf

    Posted by asfasd 09 Nov 2004, 07:14