Community Server 2.1 agora disponivel!

10 de agosto de 2006 Por portal

Para quem não conhece o CommunityServer é um dos melhores gerenciadores

De blog e fórum atualmente. Foi a ferramenta adotada pelo blog do msdn

Agora acaba de sair a versão 2.1 com bastante novidades! Estou usando também essa ferramenta no meu novo blog.

Improvements to existing Features

  • New blogs skins – some professionally design blog skins to help make your blog stand-out.
  • Improved Editor – simple to use WYSIWYG editor.
  • Improved blog authoring experience – simplified workflow for creating, editing, and saving posts.
  • Improved comment editing/management tools for blogs – designed to help you edit and manage a large number of comments quickly.
  • Better SPAM Protection – changes to the built-in spam rules to more effectively deal with spam.
  • New reports – new reports for a variety of statistics maintained by the Community Server database.
  • Per-post answer status –allows users to track answer status on a per-post level for forum posts.
  • Better fixed-width support – design changes to enable better support for fixed width sites.

New Features

  • Tags – ability to add free form tags to content and then use tag clouds and other tools to filter content. 
  • Content Mirroring – ability to configure a blog to be subscribed to one or more external RSS sources bringing that content into the site for visitors and making the content searchable.
  • Post Relevance sorting – allows site owners to use new post relevance algorithm (optional) for blog aggregation page. This feature allows popular content to stay “above the fold” longer.
  • Invitations – ability to configure site so that only invited users can join the community.
  • Badges – members of the site each receive a community badge that can easily be displayed in a variety of locations, such as external blogs.
  • Feedburner / external RSS support – easily use tools, such as Feedburner, for sharing your RSS feeds on blogs.
  • Runs in Medium Trust – better support for hosting organizations that want to run ASP.NET applications in a reduced trust level.


If you are running ASP.NET version 1.1:

If you are running ASP.NET version 2.0: