pnbsp;In honor of Identi.ca's a href=http://status.net/2012/07/03/four-more-yearsfourth birthday/a, and since the pre-release code is well and truly burnt in, I've made a stable release of a href=http://status.net/wiki/StatusNet_1.1.0StatusNet 1.1.0/a. More information on the wiki, but upgrades from all other versions to 1.1.0 are recommended. As always, updated downloads available atnbsp;a href=http://status.net/downloadhttp://status.net/download/anbsp;./p
Quick note for our friends: we'll be making a 1.0.0rc1 release on Friday, August 26, 2011. So we though it'd be a good idea to put that new version to the test with a bug-squashing party on Saturday August 27. (A bug-squashing party is a get-together to fix as many bugs as possible before a major release.) The core development team will be in our IRC channel (#statusnet) from 09:00-17:00 EDT (13:00-21:00 UTC).
Yvan Boily of the Mozilla Security team alerted us to a cross-site scripting (XSS) attack on versions of StatusNet from 0.8.x up. We have released new versions of the stable code (0.9.x branch) and upcoming 1.0 release (1.0.x branch). All StatusNet users are encouraged to upgrade to either version 0.9.9 or 1.0.0beta2 as soon as possible.
There is a cross-site scripting vulnerability in the development (1.0.x) branch of StatusNet, including the alpha4 release previously available for download from the StatusNet site.
StatusNet 0.9.7 is available for download. This is a feature, bug fix, and documentation release that includes some significant new features. All users of StatusNet 0.9.6 and below are recommended to upgrade.
In March of 2010, StatusNet launched our first-generation software-as-a-service offering, the StatusNet Cloud Service. Our users responded enthusiastically, creating over 45,000 sites in one of the service's three plans – personal, community, and private.