We’re thrilled to announce the release of Publify 8.0.2. This is the last release before we migrate to Rails 4, and mostly a bug fix one. It fixes a denial of service security breach, so we highly recommend updating.
As usual, we want to thank our contributors. For this release, they are Alexander Markov, Benoit C. Sirois, Hans de Graaff, Soon Van, Tor Helland and Nicolas Bianco.
Très Acton has discovered a risk of denial of service by memory exhaustion in the way Publify comments user input are parsed.
#428 The editor save bar jumps up and down when typing with inconsistent behavior.
#429: The help messages can’t be hidden.
#431: Avatars in the dashboard last comments block are not inline with the comment.
#432: Dashboard inbound links widget is broken.
#433: The admin / content search does not bring anything back.
#443: When creating a post, tags are shown in white on white.
#444: The articles date picker does not allow to change the time the article is published.
#445: Using the articles date picker results in a 500 error.
#447: Marking content as spam using the thumb icon results in a 500 error.
#454: Media library: the JS refactoring removed the lightbox.
#456: Admin / sidebar: the help box should be in a blue block.
#475: Lots of unused assets to clear.
#482: Cancel links are not displayed correctly.
#488: File upload is broken.
Link caching issue (All cached links are the same basically).
Use a relative image path for blogs installed outside of the site root.
Archive page is not cached.
Improved Russian, Norwegian and French translations.
Upgraded to Rails 3.2.18.
Added support for a human.txt.
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