Happy New Year / IRC Channel

Happy New Year / IRC Channel

Saturday, January 5th, 2008

Firstly, happy new year and holidays to everyone! We hope your holidays have been especially fun and we wish you a prosperous and joyful new year.

This is just a quick note that we’ve set up an IRC channel on Freenode. You can use this link if your client supports it, otherwise just join the #lilina channel on irc.freenode.net

If no one is there, just post your question anyway. We keep logs and check them daily and will try and contact you.

Also, the forums are currently being looked at and we are trying to decide on what software we will use. We’re currently investigating Vanilla (which we already use), bbPress and PunBB.

New Domain Name

Monday, December 17th, 2007

As you may have noticed, we’re now operating from GetLilina.org. This will now operate as the permanent home for Lilina.

On a semi-related note, the wiki is now open for anyone to edit. Simply login to the forums and then visit the documentation pages to edit them. Some will be locked if needed.

We have also moved our mailing lists. Our latest Subversion commits will now be available from lilina-svn and we’ll be setting up further discussion lists later. You can view a list of all mailing lists too.

User Accounts Removed

Sunday, November 25th, 2007

I’ve gone through and removed all accounts on the blog here. They aren’t needed for commenting and as there’s no other reason for them, I’ve disabled signups as well.

I will be setting up integration with the forums so that if you are logged in there, your name, email and URL will be autofilled in the comments form. This should help with a few things I’ll be setting up soon, such as a central place to subscribe to feeds so sites can add “Subscribe to Lilina” buttons.

Welcome to the New Lilina Site!

Wednesday, December 27th, 2006

Welcome to the new and improved Lilina web-site. This takes over from the old site at SourceForge.

On this site, we will host support pages for folks who need some help and development pages for those folks who just want to help.

On the technical side, this site is powered by WordPress and the forums by Vanilla. The style is a custom made one and is integrated with the forums.

I will be using the bug tracker at Google Code and I will be hosting the downloads at Google Code and SourceForge.

1.0-prealpha will be released within a week or so in a semi-usable way. More information on 1.0 coming soon.

Anyway, in the mean time, browse around the site and check out the pages. More are added every day!