Created on 2014/08/04
Pydio 5.3.2 - Dev Release This is a development release, installation is not recommended on production environment. It is released for the purpose of testing new features, more specifically a brand new theme with a superb UI, and sharing deeply reworked. Major changes : Orbit Theme: massive UX/UI rework. Split "Welcome" page from Dashboard, accessible by clicking on Pydio logo Massive refactoring of shares to store them in DB instead of data/public/ folder (follow-up from 5.3.1) Uploaders: user can choose a different uploader on the fly Diaporama: show low-res photo version CAS Authentication: full rewrite, including ability to handle a ProxyTicket for further mounting operation Massive italian and german translations, by DepaMarco and Matsimon
Created on 2014/06/22
Pydio 5.3.1 This release is a development release: it is not meant to be deployed in production, unless you know what you are doing. Important changes : Up-to-date index and change feed of all workspaces operations: used by the new python sync client (alpha version to be released very soon). Split auth plugins into auth backends and auth frontends. Frontends can be checked one after another until a credential is detected (ssh-like). Created a "Keystore" based auth frontend for simplify REST api login Enable URL routing between workspaces (backbone-based) Many API enhancements Refactoring of shares to store them in DB instead of /data/public/ php files. Convergence of minisites and public links, ability to choose a layout template. Scalability reworked when tons of users and tons of workspace
Created on 2014/03/20
Pydio core 5.2.3 This is a security & bugfix release, upgrade is recommended. See changelog below.
Created on 2014/02/22
Pydio core 5.2.2 This is a security & bugfix release, upgrade is recommended. See changelog below.
Created on 2014/02/07
Pydio 5.2.1 This is a minor release, fixing issues introduced in last major stable 5.2.0, upgrade is recommended and should be straightforward.
Created on 2014/01/21
Pydio 5.2.0 This is a major stable release, upgrade is recommended. Please read below the detail of the changes.
Created on 2013/12/23
This release is a (massive) bugfix of 5.1.0, and a release candidate for 5.2.0. There is not yet an upgrade mechanism, thus it is not tagged stable: it is not meant to be deployed in production, unless you know what you are doing. We need you to test and report bugs ASAP to make sure we achieve stability soon! Update from 5.1.0 can be done using the in-app upgrade mechanism by switching the updater to the "development" channel. Please read 5.1.0 release note to discover the new features.
Created on 2013/11/17
This is a development release, it is NOT meant to be deployed in production, unless you know what you are doing. However, it is recommended to test, as it will help us porting these features quicker into the stable channel. Major changes: Tons of cool features, counting a new user dashboard, a faceted search engine, the ability to save the searches, and many more. Performances improvements in the GUI Code standardization and good practice, refactoring Many bugs fixed
Created on 2013/10/12
This release fixes detected vulnerabilities and some bugs from v5.0.4. Upgrade is highly recommended. It is automatic, using the in-app upgrade mechanism or the Linux package managers. Thanks to Craig and Jesus for reporting the vulnerabilities. This is the first official release under the new Pydio name. The various download repositories (update, sourceforge, linux repositories, etc) will be duplicated in the future (ajaxplorer-core / pydio-core) to ensure upgrade compatibility. [Edit Oct. 14th] An error slipped in the first release, if you have updated between 13th and 14th Oct., you may have an error "AJXP_Logger::info() method does not exists" during upload. Make sure to get the plugins/conf.sql/class.AJXP_SqlUser.php from the new package.
Created on 2013/09/02
This release fixes detected vulnerabilities and enforces the security level for both passwords storage and tokens generation. It also fixes bugs from v5.0.2. Upgrade is highly recommended. It is automatic using the in-app upgrade mechanism or the Linux package managers. Vulnerabilities fixed and security enforced: new algorithm used for hashing passwords, enforce tokens generation, etc. PHP Mcrypt extension is now more than ever required. A big thanks to Cassidian, Trustwave and IT-Sec for reporting these security problem and their best practice recommandations. CVE number will be published later on. Stabilize authentification (groups, LDAP) on the 5.X branch Stabilize alternative uploaders and remote drivers interaction (Jumploader / FTP, etc) Many GUI bugs fixed