Recently there has been quite a heated debate about the new IE8 in the making. To understand what 'Target Versioning' means, you can read the article at A List Apart. Basically, it requires developers to use the new X-UA-Compatible HTTP header (or the meta equivalent) in order to take advantage of the standards-based layout and scripting improvements in the IE8. Read more about IE8's default version targeting behaviour
Just when i thought it was going to be awhile before the next release of Joomla was made available, it came as a surprise to suddenly see yet another release. This is a minor fix but a critical one so i decided to update a8eJoomla to version 1.0.15 to keep up with security. It is a minor fix but a critical one as it addresses the remote file inclusion vulnerability. Read more about a8eJoomla 1.0.15 released
After releasing Joomla! 1.5 stable we have discovered a high priority security issue. The vulnerability has been discovered in XML-RPC in combination with the blogger API. There is a security problem in this code that makes it possible to alter the articles on your site (including removal). This problems has been fixed currently by members of the development team and the Joomla! bug squad, solution is now available from Subversion. So what do you need to do until we release Joomla! 1.5.1?