Category Archives: Translator

phpList manual writing sprint

phpList Manual Writing Sprint – 10-11th October

Join in the fun On the 10th and 11th of October we will be having a manual writing sprint. A bunch of phpList users, developers and translators will get together, online and/or in person, to work on the new phpList manual. Sprint Details… Where: the phpList IRC on freenode What?! Not sure what that is?… [+]

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Use your own domain on phpList Hosted

We have added an exciting new feature to our phpList Hosted service: you can now use your own domain. Using your own domain for your phpList newsletter has many benefits, for example your phpList subscribe pages and emails will look more professional and trustworthy. This option is available if you have a PLUS account.

New release of phpList 3.0.8

phpList 3.0.8 is a minor update, released primarily to fix processing the queue via PHP-CGI cURL. We’ve also taken the opportunity to present several new tweaks and features. Processing the Queue via PHP-CGI cURL Following a bug report by a phpList community member (nymisoa) we have released a minor bugfix version. Nymisoa described using a… [+]

New version, phpList 3.0.7 is launched

The phpList team is pleased to announce a new version of phpList, 3.0.7. This release is a minor update. We have added some more security defences, and updated the interface in a few places. Visit the changelog page to view a more detailed list of changes. Favourite Feature Back by popular demand is the option… [+]

New Manual: Initial Chapter Outline Decided

During a fast-paced, productive meeting of the Documentation Team on Monday 14th of July, an initial chapter outline for the new phpList manual was decided. The team have agreed to spend the first chapters of the manual describing very basic tasks, including logging-in, sending a simple campaign and seeing how many people opened the message…. [+]

Free phpList Helps Open Funding

phpList helps Free Culture Crowd Funding site communicate with the community. In January, GnuPG became the first to take us up on our offer of free phpList hosted for Free Software projects. Another fascinating project enjoying this perk is Open Funding.  Anna, the phpList community Manager, is on a mission to find out who they… [+]

The Open Source city rolls out phpList

The City of Munich adopts phpList phpList passes government technical and security tests with flying colours It’s more than 10 years since the city of Munich in Germany voted to use Free Software. Their ambitious plans to move from Microsoft Windows to Gnu/Linux based Ubuntu are now complete [1]. Yet the technological needs of the… [+]

phpList t-shirts: a call for cool

In a few weeks time, our documentation team will be starting work on a band new phpList manual. It’s a new team and a big task – so we have decided to create a cool gift to give them on manual- launch-day. The plan is to give away some phpList t-shirts… but, not your common-garden-branded… [+]

phpList 3.0.6 is released

The phpList team is pleased to announce a new version of phpList, 3.0.6. This version is a bugfix and security release, which also includes new and updated translations, including German, Russian and Italian. We fixed several smaller issues and also a security issue that was discovered by David Sopas. We appreciate his careful handling of… [+]