Release Notes: There have been a number of fixes and improvements. A rudimentary (though not entirely satisfactory) page caching mechanism has been incorporated. Authors can be authorized to include mod_ruby code in their posts (allowing Web log posts to include dynamic content). TrackBack support is new since 1.1.1.
Release Notes: Changes to the SecurityManager class to coexist with version 1.1.2. Minor fixes.
Release Notes: This version adds fully pluggable themes (selected in the configuration page), future/past version safing allowing multiple versions of rb.log to peacefully coexist, calendars, RSS aggregation, enhanced post formatting options, post-to-the-future, multiple weblogs hosted by a single installation, and If-Modified-Since/Last-Modified support.
Release Notes: A future version safing mechanism has been added. If you intend to use rb.log 1.0 and any newer version on the same host simultaneously, you need this release.
Release Notes: This is a development release. While 1.1 should work fine, 1.0 is the officially-supported stable release. This version reworks template invocation, security policy enforcement, and other internals. Searching has been restructured. Permalinks are differently formatted (though rb.log remains backwards-compatible with old permalinks). Authors may receive article comments via email. Posts may be set invisible. Post timestamps are mutable. Posts may be pinned to the top of the page. Readers can subscribe and be notified via email when a new article has been posted.
Release Notes: This release is the final stable release before moving on to feature add releases in the 1.1 branch. All features work as advertised. Anyone running a version less than 1.0 should upgrade. For those running 0.75, there is a blogroll upgrade process that you'll need to perform. Instructions are included.
Release Notes: General code cleanup was done. If authenticated, messages can be edited from a link on the external site. weblogs.com pinging disables itself if no XMLRPC is available. The edit screen now allows for searches, archive browsing, category filtering, and multiple pages of results from the above. Blogroll has been completely redone with a nested container model. A migration tool and instructions have been included. The CSS for the editor and the default external site have been separated.