DotNetNuke 4.6.2 was released today! You can get it from www.dotnetnuke.com
You can see what was fixed in 4.6.1 which was released last week with the link below. I believe, and this is unofficial, the 4.6.2 release contains a quick fix for ModuleSettingsBase
Download it now! I've already upgraded a few sites to 4.6.2 and will be upgrading more sites this week!
After a few months of development we are proud to announce the release of Engage: Publish 4.3 (version #4.3.6 to be exact)
We've been working on Publish for the past few months squashing bugs and adding some very cool new features including improved administration interfaces, new display options, better performance and many more!
For a list of the release notes from this version check out this page.
You can also check out Engage: Publish's feature list by visiting this link.
Current owners of Publish (that are still within 1 year of their original date of purchase) can download the new release from our Engage: Publish page at www.engagemodules.com. You can also purchase a copy of Engage: Publish from our site.
A few quick notes:
- The AjaxControlToolkit requirement has been moved up to 10618, instead of 10301 as with previous version of Publish.
- Publish will not currently run on DNN 4.6.0 due to a breaking change in 4.6.0 that we've discovered. If you have a requirement that Publish functions in 4.6.0 immediately please let us know, we can recompile a compatible version easily.
- The 4.3 Version of Publish is only available on EngageModules.com this week, in a week or two we'll have it posted on SnowCovered and the DotNetNuke Marketplace.
If you have any issues with 4.3 please post them here in the EngageModules.com Publish Forum.
Well it's been a busy summer for me and it looks like it isn't slowing down just yet. Earlier this month I spent a week in the Washington DC area conducting some advanced DotNetNuke Module Development Training for a new client. In just over a week I'll be in Topeka Kansas for the SCCA Solo Nationals, I'm definitely looking forward to getting away from computers for a week and just enjoying racing a car or two!
I've got quite a few speaking engagements coming up this fall, here's a quick list, I'm sure i'll go into more detail before each event.
October 2nd I'll be speaking at the Information Systems Programming club at UM St. Louis
October 19th and 20th I'll be giving 2 or 3 presentations at the 2nd Tulsa Tech Fest, I presented there last year and look forward to speaking at this event again.
November 6-8th I'll be at OpenForce07 in Las Vegas! I'm really looking forward to this trip.
There's also a St. Louis DotNetNuke User's Group meeting on Monday evening, I'll be sending out an email to all the users for that here shortly.
More details later!