Release Notes: A summary statistics for a Web ring can now be displayed. The storage of stats data was made more durable. The mod_perl preparations were updated.
Release Notes: This release includes a feature in 'Ring management' for submitting a ring to the Ringlink Webring Directory via a prefilled form. You get instant access to the 'Site admin' menu after having added a new site. There are also a couple of security and performance fixes.
Release Notes: Only cosmetic changes were made. The look of the buttons can now be controlled via the style sheets in admhtml.pm and mailhtml.pm. A few adjustments have been made to make the output render better by certain browsers.
Release Notes: The output from Ringlink is now 100% compliant with both XHTML 1.0 Transitional and CSS. The file 'example.php' has been modified so that it also works with languages other than Western European.
Release Notes: The method for printing the output has been changed, aiming to make it easier to integrate Ringlink with PHP supported sites, or other sites consisting of program-generated pages.
Release Notes: An option was added for a ringmaster to download backup files in .tar[.gz/.Z] format. It's useful for those ringmasters who host their rings on Unix platform systems without access to the zlib compression library.
Release Notes: This version was released with those users in mind, who run Ringlink on web hosts whose SMTP server and/or sendmail are too restrictively configured, or libwww-perl or the zlib compression library is missing. Accordingly, now you can still run the program without inadequate pages being displayed.
Release Notes: admin.pl can now be run irrespective of whether the Perl module Compress::Zlib is available. More illuminative error messages appear if the paths to the data directory or sendmail are incorrect.
Release Notes: This release includes features to facilitate the moving of Web rings between different Ringlink installations.
Release Notes: This release comes with a platform independent backup option for the system owners. Additionally, a ringmaster can backup the data for his/her ring.