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SIPS is an integrated Weblog and link-indexing system written in PHP. It is aimed at those with access to databaseless, PHP-enabled Web servers who want to run a Weblog site like Slashdot and/or a simple link index like Yahoo!.


Recent releases

  •  10 Feb 2002 03:55

    Release Notes: A fix for an administrator compromise, a fix for a bug in which PHP versions prior to 4.0.1 would truncate long stories, and some other bugfixes and new features.

    •  05 Feb 2001 05:54

      Release Notes: The story layout has been made more flexible and now features internationalization, a poll system, a message of the day feature, a fix for a security hole in which files could be created arbitrarily, and some other minor bugfixes.

      •  17 Jul 2000 08:38

        Release Notes: A serious security flaw in the generation of new passwords was fixed. The way story search and contribution work was improved. Many bug fixes were made.

        •  09 May 2000 23:31

          Release Notes: Changes include timezone settings for users, topic icons can be of different sizes and file formats, better password generator, better theming, and docs have been improved with regards to security.

          •  18 Apr 2000 22:36

            Release Notes: Multiple themes support, better preferences file, new user-info file, and several important improvements.


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