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Ask John: Caching, Linux vs. Windows, and Cookies

You all gave us great questions for our ASK JOHN feature.

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SocialEngine 4.0.3

SocialEngine 4.0.3 has been released and is now available from the client area. It includes another big batch of improvements and bugfixes and we highly recommend upgrading. You can find a complete changelog in the core package. All plugins have been updated as well, except for chat. Please note that the 4.0.3 update will switch […]

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SocialEngine 4 Information

We’ve developed SE4 with the primary goals of improving SE3’s customizability and extensibility. SE4 will not only be a turnkey white-label social network, but also a broadly-applicable social content platform in its own right. The platform will be designed with a high level of modularity so that third-party plugins, skins, and other custom scripts can […]

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SocialEngine 3.10 is ready for load testing on the demo site

We are proud to announce that the initial version of 3.10 is ready for alpha testing on our demo site: http://demo.socialengine.net Some of the new features are: Data caching (file-based or memory-based with memcached) has been added to reduce MySQL server loads User login is stored in PHP sessions instead of hashed cookies for increased […]

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