The Output Channel for Spring 2011


Welcome back to the Output Channel: a relatively regular review of what’s shakin’ in the Bricolage ecosystem. If you have submissions or corrections that you’d like to see included in the next issue, please e-mail them to Read More (Comment)

Bricolage 2.0.1 Released


The Bricolage development team is pleased to announce that Bricolage 2.0.1 is available for download. This maintenance release contains a wealth of bugfixes and some exciting new features, and it slightly (but elegantly) tweaks the user interface. It's the best Bricolage yet. Read More (Comment)

Blogger to Bricolage 2.0


Bricoleur Matt Rolf shares his experience migrating from Blogger to Bricolage 2.0. He details the installation, content migration, woes and successes of his journey. Read More (Comment)

Installing Bricolage on Ubuntu Lucid server


Long-time Bricoleur Cameron Miller writes in about installing Bricolage on Ubuntu Lucid server. Read More (Comment)

Bricolage 2 presentations at YAPC 2010


Long-time bricoleur Matthew Rolf reports back from YAPC 2010. Read More (Comment)

Bricolage 2 presentations at YAPC 2010 Columbus Ohio June 21-23


Long-time Bricoleur Matthew Rolf sends us news that there will be Bricolage 2 presentations at YAPC 2010 Columbus Ohio June 21-23. Read More (Comment)

Bricolage 2.0 Released


After years of incubation, refinement and testing, the Bricolage development team is thrilled to announce the release of Bricolage 2. The new Bricolage boasts a sleeker interface, a wealth of new features for content authors and administrators, and a wider range of platform options. Read More (Comment)

Bricolage 2.0 Press Kit


The Bricolage development community is pleased to announce the release of Bricolage 2.0. The new version includes a completely revamped user interface, finer control over content structure, and support for MySQL and Apache 2. Read More (Comment)

Bricolage 1.10.10 Released


The latest in the stable 1.10 line, Bricolage 1.10.10 addresses numerous bugs found in the run-up to Bricolage 2.0. Read More (Comment)

Google Summer of Code: Students, apply by tomorrow!


The Bricolage project is pleased to be a part of the Google Summer of Code Initiative as a sub-project of The Perl Foundation. We are currently looking for student volunteers to propose Bricolage development projects. Read More (Comment)