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OpenGuides 0.59 has now been released, with a number of bugfixes, plus new stylesheet hooks and template tweaks to give Guide admins more control over the appearance of their sites.
OpenGuides 0.52 has now been released. The major new feature is Google Maps support!
Please welcome the Open Guide to Milton Keynes.
OpenGuides 0.51 has now been released, with quite a number of improvements.
New module for converting OpenGuides RDF back into Perl data structures released.
Please welcome the Open Guide to Southampton.
Please welcome the Cotswolds Guide.
OpenGuides 0.49 released: numerous RDF output refinements and various minor improvements.
OpenGuides::Statis released to let you produce nice graphs of how many nodes you have, like these ones for London.
OpenGuides 0.47 released with a number of bugfixes.
Release of OpenGuides 0.45, with new support for global geolocation.
We are pleased to announce the opening of the new Open Guide to Chester.
Earle Martin, one of our developers, recently spoke at the NotCon conference in London about OpenGuides. A recording of his talk is now available ("Geolocation" session, 20 minutes in).
OpenGuides 0.35 - to help protect your wiki from spammers, you can now delete individual historical versions of a node.
OpenGuides 0.33 - improved templates and a new search by distance feature.
The Open Guide to London gets mentioned in Business Week.
The Open Guide to London (in its earlier incarnation as "Grubstreet") was mentioned in the Guardian's "Online" section.