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Apache Lenya, Apache Lenya 2.0 released

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Apache Lenya, Apache Lenya 2.0 released

The open source Content Management System Apache Lenya?s version 2.0 is just released

Apache Lenya is an Open Source Java/XML Content Management System and comes with revision control, multi-site management, scheduling, search, WYSIWYG editors, and workflow.

There are many new features and improvements in Apache Lenya 2.0.

Here is the list of new features in Apache Leyna 2.0:

Architecture
- Modularization
- Separation of API and implementation

Storage and Content Model
- Documents are referenced using UUIDs
- Improved management of internal links
- Configurable meta data element sets
- New protocols simplify repository access

Website Management
- Publication templating for re-using common functionality
in multiple publications
- Create new publication instances via the GUI
- Support for configurable publication properties

Access Control
- Explicitly deny permissions on particular pages

Assets and Images
- Assets and images are treated as documents
- Image upload in source editor
- SVG-based server-side image resizing

Workflow and Versioning
- Quickly manipulate multiple documents
- Personal user inboxes
- Function to override other users? check-out

Miscellaneous Features
- Various usability improvements
- News / weblog module with RSS generation
- Language selection widget
- Dynamically generated layout images, e.g. round corners
- Better and more flexible editor integration (work in progress)

Development
- Usecase framework to simplify the implementation of user
interaction functionality
- Improved repository API
- Cleanup of the code base

Get the latest version of Apache Lenya at http://lenya.apache.org/

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