• Hackathon 2.3 Podcast

    Allen raises his left fist. "You see this fist?", Allen remarks with conviction. "He has a brother." Allen then raises his right arm, but soon realised he didn't have a free hand to point to both his fists. Without the ability to point to his intimidating punching instruments of death, he feared the impact of his message would be somewhat diminished. "I really need someone to point to my fists", Allen quietly utters to himself.

    Brendan, standing next to him heard Allen's mumble and like a true showman, pointed to Allen's pumping fists with gusto. Jazz hands were even involved at one point during the pointing affair.

  • Meet xpathr!

    An idea was hatched earlier in the year from the Advocacy Working Group to have an online XML/XSLT service that allows users to transform their XML and XSLT and easily share these snippets. Meet xpathr!

  • Making Extensions easier to find

    Back in July, @nilshoerrmann logged an issue that kickstarted a discussion on how we can improve the extension categories to stop the growing number of 'Other' extensions. After some discussion, we'd like you to please welcome the Membership, Multilingual and Third Party Integration categories.

  • Announcing Symphony 2.2.5

    Hot on the heels of the Symphony 2.2.4 release, 2.2.5 fixes a couple of critical issues with the Select Box Link and Date fields.

  • Announcing Symphony 2.2.4

    The Symphony working groups are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Symphony 2.2.4, a bugfix and security release.

  • Announcing Symphony 2.2.3

    The Symphony working groups are pleased to announce the immediate availability of version 2.2.3, a bugfix and maintenance release.

  • Symphony API Documentation

    Documentation has never been Symphony's strong point. More specifically, before Symphony 2.2 comments in the actual code were both cryptic and sparse. However the release of Symphony 2.2.2 marks a special milestone in its history — Symphony now has a fully documented core.

  • Announcing Symphony 2.2.2

    Have you ever been happily basking in Symphony's warm, content-managey glow and wondered to yourself, "Self, could life possibly get any better than this"? Well, guess what... It just did.

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