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Roller 4.0 released


Finally!

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Apache Roller 4.0 has been released and is now available for download.

This is a major new Roller release which includes easier blog theme customization, a much more simple installation/upgrade process, infrastructure improvements and numerous other small fixes. You can get the release files and the official documentation via the Apache mirrors at this page:

http://roller.apache.org/download.cgi

And you can read about the new features on the What's New in Roller 4.0 page of the Roller wiki.

Project releases are approved by vote of the Apache Roller Project Management Committee (PMC). Support for a release is provided by project volunteers on the project mailing lists. Additional free support is provided by many other volunteer subscribers to the list. Bugs found in a release may be discussed on the list and reported through the issue tracker.

Roller is a Project of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), formed by a resolution of the ASF Board of Directors. As an ASF Project, Roller is subject to the ASF Bylaws and the direction of the ASF Board. The user mailing list and issue tracker are the only support options hosted by the Apache Roller project.

Cross posted from the Roller project blog.

Comments:

Congratulations! It's a really nice work. We update the BitNami Roller Stack to 4.0. Only a few clicks you can use Apache Roller 4.0 with Apache Tomcat and MySQL configured. You can download the installer for Linux, OS X and Windows at: http://bitnami.org/stack/roller

Posted by beltran on December 06, 2007 at 03:46 AM EST #

[Trackback] This site is now running Apache Roller 4.0 . If you see anything funky, please let me know. As part of the upgrade, I did a bunch of spring cleaning, so it's possible I deleted some files I shouldn't have. As far as upgrading, the only issue I know of...

Posted by Raible Designs on December 10, 2007 at 12:09 AM EST #

Dear Dave, is there a way to make a private weblog in Roller? I want the readers to logon with passsword before they can read my entries in one of the weblog. I like Roller because it is so well design and being a Java programmer, I want to use Java based weblog tool.

Posted by Herman Cheung on March 17, 2008 at 10:35 AM EDT #

Roller does not support private weblogs out-of-the-box, but it should be possible to make some tweaks to Roller's Acegi Security config file (WEB-INF/security.xml) to password protect some URLs (i.e. the blog page and feed URLs of your private blog). You might also need to have add a new 'commenter' role and possibly some custom code to add users with that role. Hope that helps.

- Dave

Posted by Dave Johnson on March 23, 2008 at 06:17 PM EDT #

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