Commit 033c3fe7 authored by Dries's avatar Dries

- Started updating the CHANGELOG.

parent 9a352343
drupal 4.0.0, 2002-06-15
Drupal x.x.x, 2002-xx-xx
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- collaboratively revised and expanded the Drupal documentation.
- rewrote comment.module:
* reintroduced comment rating/moderation.
* added support for comment paging.
* performance improvements: improved comment caching, faster SQL queries, etc.
- rewrote block.module:
* performance improvements: blocks are no longer rendered when not displayed.
- rewrote forum.module:
* added a lot of features one can find in stand-alone forum software including but not limited to support for topic paging, added support for icons, rewrote the statistics module, etc.
- rewrote statistics.module:
* collects access counts for each node, referrer logs, number of users/guests.
* export blocks displaying top viewed nodes over last 24 hour period, top viewed nodes over all time, last nodes viewed, how many users/guest online.
- added throttle.module:
* auto-throttle congestion control mechanism: Drupal can adapt itself based on the server load.
- added profile.module:
* enables to extend the user and registration page.
- added pager support to the main page.
- replaced weblogs.module by ping.module:
* added support for normal and RSS notifications of http://blo.gs/.
* added support for RSS ping-notifications of http://weblogs.com/.
- themes:
* removed a significant portion of hard-coded mark-up.
Drupal 4.0.0, 2002-06-15
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- added tracker.module:
* replaces the previous "your [site]" links (recent comments and nodes).
- added weblogs.module.
- added weblogs.module:
* this will ping weblogs.com when new content is promoted.
- added taxonomy module which replaces the meta module.
* supports relations, hierarchies and synonyms.
- added a caching system.
- added a caching system:
* speeds up pages for anonymous users and reduces system load.
- added support for external SMTP libraries.
- added an archive extension to the calendar.
......@@ -33,7 +59,7 @@ drupal 4.0.0, 2002-06-15
* teasers (abstracts) on all node types.
* improved error checking and usability changes.
* content versioning support.
- improved book module to support text, html and php pages.
- improved book module to support text, HTML and PHP pages.
- improved comment module to mark new comments.
- added a general outliner which will let any node type be linked to a book.
- added an update script that lets you upgrade from previous releases or on a day to day basis when using the development tree.
......@@ -44,23 +70,23 @@ drupal 4.0.0, 2002-06-15
* changed output to valid XHTML.
* improved multiple sites using the same Drupal database support.
* added support for session IDs in URLs instead of cookies.
* made the type of content on the front page configurable
* made the type of content on the front page configurable.
* made each cloud site have its own settings.
* modules and themes can now be enabled/disabled using the administrative pages.
* added URL abstraction for links.
* usability changes (renamed links, better UI, etc)
- collaboratively revised and expanded the drupal documentation.
* usability changes (renamed links, better UI, etc).
- collaboratively revised and expanded the Drupal documentation.
drupal 3.0.1, 2001-10-15
Drupal 3.0.1, 2001-10-15
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- various updates:
* added missing translations
* updated the themes: tidied up some HTML code and added new Drupal logos.
drupal 3.0.0, 2001-09-15
Drupal 3.0.0, 2001-09-15
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- major overhaul of the entire underlying design:
* everything is based on nodes: nodes are a conceptual "black box" to couple and manage different types of content and that promotes reusing existing code, thus reducing the complexity and size of drupal as well as improving long-term stability.
* everything is based on nodes: nodes are a conceptual "black box" to couple and manage different types of content and that promotes reusing existing code, thus reducing the complexity and size of Drupal as well as improving long-term stability.
- rewrote submission/moderation queue and renamed it to queue.module.
- removed FAQ and documentation module and merged them into a "book module".
- removed ban module and integrated it into account.module as "access control":
......@@ -93,12 +119,12 @@ drupal 3.0.0, 2001-09-15
- added cvs.module and cvs-to-sql.pl:
* allows to display and mail CVS log messages as daily digests.
- added book.module:
* allows collaborative handbook writing: primary used for drupal documentation.
* allows collaborative handbook writing: primary used for Drupal documentation.
- removed cron.module and integrated it into conf.module.
- removed module.module as it was no longer needed.
- various updates:
* added "auto-post new submissions" feature versus "moderate new submissions".
* introduced links/drupal tags: [[link]]
* introduced links/Drupal tags: [[link]]
* added preview functionality when submitting new content (such as a story) from the administration pages.
* made the administration section only show those links a user has access to.
* made all modules use specific form_* functions to guarantee a rock-solid forms and more consistent layout.
......@@ -118,9 +144,9 @@ drupal 3.0.0, 2001-09-15
+ W3C validation on a best effort basis.
+ removed $theme->control() from themes.
+ added theme "goofy".
- collaboratively revised and expanded the drupal documentation.
- collaboratively revised and expanded the Drupal documentation.
drupal 2.0.0, 2001-03-15
Drupal 2.0.0, 2001-03-15
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- rewrote the comment/discussion code:
* comment navigation should be less confusing now.
......@@ -130,13 +156,13 @@ drupal 2.0.0, 2001-03-15
* story sections can be maintained from the administration pages.
* story sections make the open submission more adaptive in that you can set individual post, dump and expiration thresholds for each section according to the story type and urgency level: stories in certain sections do not "expire" and might stay interesting and active as time passes by, whereas news-related stories are only considered "hot" over a short period of time.
- multiple vhosts + multiple directories:
* you can setup multiple drupal sites on top of the same physical source tree either by using vhosts or sub-directories.
* you can setup multiple Drupal sites on top of the same physical source tree either by using vhosts or sub-directories.
- added "user ratings" similar to SlashCode's Karma or Scoop's Mojo:
* all rating logic is packed into a module to ease experimenting with different rating heuristics/algorithms.
- added "search infrastructure":
* improved search page and integrated search functionality in the administration pages.
- added translation / localization / internationalization support:
* because many people would love to see their website showing a lot less of English, and far more of their own language, drupal provides a framework to setup a multi-lingual website or to overwrite the default English text in English.
* because many people would love to see their website showing a lot less of English, and far more of their own language, Drupal provides a framework to setup a multi-lingual website or to overwrite the default English text in English.
- added fine-grained user permission (or group) system:
* users can be granted access to specific administration sections. Example: a FAQ maintainer can be given access to maintain the FAQ and translators can be given access to the translation pages.
- added FAQ module
......@@ -161,6 +187,6 @@ drupal 2.0.0, 2001-03-15
* added CREDITS file
- revised documentation
drupal 1.0.0, 2001-01-15
Drupal 1.0.0, 2001-01-15
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- initial release
......@@ -32,6 +32,10 @@ DISTRIBUTED AUTHENTICATION MODULES
M: Moshe Weitzman <weitzman@tejasa.com>
S: maintained
FORUM MODULE
M: Marco Molinari <marco@porciletto.org>
S: maintained
POLL MODULE
M: Steven Wittens <unconed@drop.org>
S: maintained
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