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Joomla! 1.5 Stable release

After 2 and half years development, the Joomla! 1.5 released now.

It is a long waiting. I will hurry to install this new system to test it and try to migrate my Joomla 1.0 site.

To download it, click here. Download the installation package from the Joomla Code Updated 2013.08.29

Installation Instructions
Fresh Installation

Upgrade Instructions
From Joomla! 1.5 RC4

Migration Instructions
From Joomla! 1.0.x


My suggestion is to try the clean install first. Be familiar with the new user interface, administrator end and template. Then you can see how do you migrate your old one. Or just use the new Joomla 1.5.

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MovableType 4.01a Released

Sixapart released Movable Type 4.01a today. It is a Security Update.
No matter MT 3.2, MT 3.3x or MT4.01, upgrade is required.
For MT4.01, just download the gz package and decompress it. Overwrite the MovableType 4.01 installation is OK.
No database upgrade this time.
It said, “Security Release. The potential vulnerability has not yet been exploited in the wild.This is a mandatory update for all users of Movable Type.”
So I did it as it said.
I used five steps to upgrade it.
1) Fully Backup
Backup database through PhpMySQL, Tar and compress all files into one file, and export all entries by build-in function.
2) Get package
SSH to Server, wget the file.
3) Decompress package
tar xvzf MT-4.01a-eb.tar.gz
4) Copy and overwrite the installation
5) Login the system and click upgrade if asked.
The SSH is provided by Dreamhost.

jQuery 1.22 Released

jQuery announced the 1.22 release. It is a bug fix version. Over 120 bug fixes and the the changes make the speed improved.
The package is very small.
* jQuery Minified (15kb with Gzipping)
* jQuery Packed (28kb)
* jQuery Regular (93kb)
You can download it from the official site.
The big news is Google use the jQuery in their Google Code site.
Now, Happy Birthday to jQuery.

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