Mambo 4.6.3 was released
earlier today in recent weeks. Besides the usual security improvements and bug fixes, this version of Mambo came with some new enhancements. Some of the more notable enhancements in Mambo 4.6.3 include:
Development teams have quickened up the pace with the release of Mambo 4.6.2. The release marks the completion of the complete revision of the Language Manager that began with the initial 4.6 release. The Mambo core is now fully translatable.
Other features introduced in this minor version release include:
Team Mambo released Mambo 4.5.5 which is a maintenance update for the 4.5.x series of the content maintenance system. All Mambo 4.5.x users are encouraged by the project leaders to upgrade to 4.5.5 which will avoid the possibility of your site visitors experiencing display issues in IE7. Fixes in the maintenance release includes:
Mambo users rejoice! Mambo 4.6 was released on Monday this week. In August, we discussed the some of the new features and enhancements you can expect in this new version of Mambo. Mambo 4.6 is the first major release of the content management system in two years.
Mambo 4.6 is expected to be release soon. While interest in the content management system has diminished over the past year (due to increased interest in Joomla) the open source project and community still remains active. Mambo is by no means a dead project.
With Mambo 4.6 currently available as a release candidate the folks at MamboServer report the following as the most significant new features and enhancements you can expect in the new release: