jzForum 1.3.1

jzForum is a simple forum system based on the jZonic framework.

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Andreas Mecky
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jzForum is a simple forum system based on the jZonic framework that supports multiple forums and RSS feeds for forums, categories, and threads.

User and rights management is integrated. It is very easy to install because it uses hypersonic as a database, although it can be used with different databases.

The look and feel can easily be changed using CSS. It currently supports user, moderator, and admin roles with a defined set of permissions.

Here are some key features of "jzForum":

supports several forums
rss feeds for forums/categories/threads
user and right management
uses jZonic as framework
easy to install (one war file and NO database)
uses hypersonic as database but can run with different databases
easy to change the look and feel (jzForum uses css and nearly no tables)
3 different roles (user, moderator and admin) with a defined set of permissions
support for different themes (currently 4 different ones)
every user can select his favourite theme in his settings
included full text search engine (using lucene)
user can watch threads
i18n support (english and german currently). The i18n is on a user base.
full featured voting subsystem integrated
generate access log file in Apache log format which can be analyzed by any standard compliant tool
very fast due to heavily caching
supports MySQL as alternative database
private messaging with user quota
includes a polling system
full support of the famous BBCode
preview pane when posting a new post using AJAX to get rid off reload of the page

What's New in This Release:

This release fixes a bug where user could not change his password.
The forum was not working when the installation directory contained spaces in the directory name.
Editing of a reply is now working. It created a new reply in v1.3.
The fix was to update to the latest version of jLo and jConfig.

Last updated on August 3rd, 2005

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