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Blog Archive for rah003 during June 2008

The stable release of Magnolia 3.6 will soon be out and it will ship with a brand new cache system implemented from scratch. The intention was not to reinvent the wheel, instead, the new cache system decouples Magnolia's presentation layer from the underlying cache mechanisms and allows to plug in any cache engine of choice. Magnolia 3.6 will be distributed with EHCache as the default cache...
0.9.3 release instead of concentrating on new features, delivers bug fixes for most pressing issues and should provide users with stable and usable code. This is ever more important as there will be some API changes made as a part of API cleanup planned for release 0.9.4. So hopefully 0.9.3 will provide necessary stability for those who won't be able or willing to jump up the wagon and...
I never wrote anything about Magnolia on this blog yet, so for those of you who never heard of it here comes a brief summary. If you know what Magnolia is about, feel free to skip to the next paragraph. Magnolia is a Content Management System (CMS). It is Open Source and there is a Community Edition available for those who are in need of a CMS and are happy to work it out themselves and rely on...