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This morning, we discovered a vulnerability in Orchard 0.5.
We just released 0.5.145 that replaces 0.5.144 and that fixes that vulnerability. Please upgrade any Orchard instance you may have exposed to the Internet.
Ugrading can be done by extracting the new archive over the old one (make sure that the folders coincide, for example, the Orchard.Web.0.5.145.zip archive contains an Orchard folder that really is the root of the web site).
Before you do that though, make sure to back-up your site, in particular the contents of the App_data and Media folders, as well as any changes you may have done in Modules or Themes.
WebPI packages have also been updated.
If you are enlisted into the source, the fix is also be available now by synchronizing your enlistment to the latest from default or dev.
We are sorry about the inconvenience.
For a long time I’ve been wanting to create a second, more personal blog about movies, books, video games and opinions to clearly separate the software stuff from the rest. The release of Orchard 0.5 looks like the perfect opportunity to create that new blog. I have big plans beyond just blogging for this site and the flexibility of the Orchard platform will be perfect for this. I will document the whole process here as it unfolds.
To add a new Module in Orchard using Visual Studio 2010, follow these steps...
Extending the SiteMap A couple of days ago I published a VERY simple SiteMap for Orchard. After some great help from Sébastien Ros, I updated the module to be a little more extensible! Any module can now depend on Orchard.SiteMap and push feeds into the sitemap, all they have to-do is create a provider…
“A site map (or sitemap) is a list of pages of a web site accessible to crawlers or users”
I recently read a excellent article by Jeff Atwood about the importance of having a sitemap… Currently Orchard has no sitemap but with the great developer platform for creating modules, adding sitemap support is dead simple!
First off, sorry for flooding all your RSS readers!!! I had some… let’s call them technical difficulties getting my Orchard installation to work with feedburner!!!
Although Orchard’s RSS infrastructure is VERY well thought out, it assumes that I will be accessing it using the generated links and therefore it uses relative source URI’s