Galium 0.29 hotfix

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What’s fixed in this hotifx? Domain Cron is less verbose Started removing hard coded values inside the domain cron. Fixed a bug in the domain cron; where a domain would not be marked as being updated when it had beed Included the missing ‘switch’ function… woops! Galium 0.29 hotfix

Galium 0.29 released!

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Galium 0.29 released! 100% Fixed the confusing template, where logout showed up, without being logged in! 100% You can now (again) switch between local and remote hosting of domains 90% Users can now add A, AAAA and CNAME records. How to upgrade? If you have installed Galium 0.2 or later, updating is as simple as… Read more »

giv.ing some lov.ing to Galium

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In around six hours (in other words, in 24 hours, knowing me) I am going to be releasing an update to Galium, which will finally allow (after how many weeks?) using the name servers from the top level domain, but allowing users to specify their own DNS records. In other words, DNS records would be… Read more »

Preparing galium TLD software to do new tricks

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I am currently working on the next version of galium, the software that runs the .ing top level domain name. This update will be minor upgrade-wise (going from a 0.2 to a 0.3), but will provide a few new features, and will pave the way to galium 1.0. What Galium 0.3 will do: Enforce domain… Read more »

Galium update comming in the next 20 minutes

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My Galium top level domain software will get a minor update soon, which will fix a few [minor] outstanding issues. Usernames can now contain the “-” character The zone file generator will not always give the outputted revision as being “0” (this stopped all updates from not appearing on slave DNS servers until the following… Read more »