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JForum 2.6 has been released

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The JForum team has just released JForum 2.6.0, which has a number of new improvements as well as 15 months worth of security and bug fixes. The gist of what's new can be found below, and the full list is at https://sourceforge.net/p/jforum2/wiki2/NewFeatures260/. The download is here. We welcome questions and suggestions at http://jforum.andowson.com/ (naturally hosted on JForum :-)

  • A Java 8 JVM is now required instead of a Java 7 JVM
  • The mobile version has seen lots of love
  • Various localizations have been improved, particularly English, German, Italian and Spanish
  • A number of XSS vulnerabilities have been addressed
  • Relative timestamps like on GitHub or Facebook are optionally available
  • Sharing of pages got improved so it no longer uses an external service
  • ... lots more
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