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Pentabarf is conference planning software written in Ruby (using the Rails framework) and PL/pgSQL.


Recent releases

  •  17 Jan 2010 11:46

    Release Notes: Pentabarf has been modified to work with recent Rails versions and now requires Rails 2.3.5. Exceptions can now be received via email in addition to receiving them by jabber. Two new conflicts have been added for events without breaks in between. Submitters can now download the public files of their own events. Compatibility with IE8 has been improved. A lot of bugs have been fixed too.

    •  29 Nov 2009 11:12

      Release Notes: Granting conference permissions by conference admins has been fixed. The conference selection page has been fixed. The broken URLs on the conference search page have been fixed. A bug in the schedule table creation has been fixed for conferences with day change not at midnight.

      •  19 Oct 2009 15:12

        Release Notes: Simultaneous edit detection has been completely rewritten. Edit conflicts are no longer detected at the event/person/conference level, but are handled at the column level. This will reduce simultaneous edit errors dramatically.

        •  06 Oct 2009 11:51

          Release Notes: This is a bugfix release that fixes several issues regarding conference permissions and the submission system.

          •  23 Sep 2009 15:55

            Release Notes: Conference permissions have finally been implemented. In addition to global roles, you can now grant per-conference roles to persons. The HTML export now uses relative links for the generated pages, so you can move the export on your server once you generate the static files. The setting for the location of your HTML export is only used in the feedback system to provide links back to your exported pages. Many bugs have been fixed.


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