Cotonti is a powerful open-source web development framework and content manager with a focus on security, speed and flexibility.
Why choose Cotonti?
Cotonti combines the flexibility of a web framework with the rapid deployability and featureset of a content management system. Despite having features such as user accounts, content creation, file management and community tools out of the box, it can be easily extended using modules or plugins. Cotonti is powered by its own template engine which is both fast and easy to learn, even if you are not an experienced programmer.
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Today we have packaged Siena 0.9.15 which comes with the following changes:
Visit Download page for more information.
There have been discussions within Cotonti Team about our near future and eventually we decided that:
- In one of the following releases Cotonti will ship with new admin and frontend themes, both based on Twitter Bootstrap 3. This site will receive a new look too. Work on all 3 themes is already in progress.
- We are going to add some Wiki functionality to Documentation section on this site, so it will be easier to participate for everybody who wants to.
- Multilingual support will be improved both in Cotonti and on this site.
- Siena development will continue the path of small improvements. We don't plan any major or backwards incompatible changes in 0.9 and 1.x, so you can safely base your extensions and themes on it.
Our @Cotonti twitter is back to life with recent news and updates. You can also follow us on Google+.
Bonus: if you're using SublimeText 2 or 3 for your Cotonti development, try our Sublime Cotonti package (also available as Cotonti within Sublime Package Control). It contains common code snippets and auto-completion for the most of core functions.
Hi-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab has recently discovered an SQL injection vulnerability in Cotonti's RSS module. This release contains the fix for that bug among many other changes.
In Cotonti Siena 0.9.14 more than 44 issues have been resolved. Besides the bugs fixed, most of them are related to Administration panel and SEO. See release notes for more details.
For RSS module users this update is a must, for the others it is just highly recommended.
Hello dear Community.
It's time to update your Cotonti instances to the latest and greatest 0.9.13 after several months since 0.9.12.1. Here is what we've got for you:
See release notes for more information.
This release is dedicated to Leslie "Kingsley" Gonggryp, a well known member of LDU, Seditio and then Cotonti community who has recently passed away at the age of 35. You can join our condolences if you knew this guy. Let's continue the good work that he would appreciate.
Rest in peace, Kingsley.
A critical bug was found in 0.9.12 package, so we're replacing it with 0.9.12.1 which contains a few other fixes, see this report.
Users who have already upgraded to 0.9.12, please download the new version and replace updated files.
We are sorry about that. Please help us to improve Cotonti by submitting your bug reports to our issues page.
We have released 2 new packages to keep both your Siena and Genoa sites running smoothly.
Changes in Siena 0.9.12:
Page manipulation API for extension developers.
SEO: title and meta description for pages now editable out of the box.
Forums: markers for topics where a user has posted (#978), timeout for post editing (#1025).
Added support for parsing and translation of name and notes of extensions. See #991.
Added support for non-alphanumeric characters in passwords.
CKEditor 3.6.5, markItUp! 1.1.13 and updated Star Ratings plugin
Extended SQL devmode with backtrace.
Lots of small enhancements.
38 bug fixes including some rather important ones.
Changes in Genoa 0.6.25:
Fixed changing passwords in profile.
Added experimental support for IPv6.