Certification System Releases

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Version 1.0 (2008-01-25)

  • User's affiliation information was moved from the LDAP DB to the MySQL DB.
  • The bug with frequent logouts was eventually fixed.
  • Capability to browse .tar.gz archives with test results online.
  • Capability to safely delete companies, products, certification records and other entities.
  • Capability to edit audit messages for administrator.
  • Searching user by name at company members administration page.
  • Capability to attach multiple files to audit messages.
  • List of unpaid certifications at the Admin Status page.
  • Status mailer script.
  • Other fixes and improvements.

Version 1.0 beta (2007-12-07)

  • Integration with Mediawiki and deployment to the Linux Foudation web site.
  • Added possibility to rename a file being uploaded if the file with the same name already exists.
  • Online browsing of test results in .tar.gz archives.
  • Certification notes field was added for product.
  • Fee schedule table is attached to the bottom of TMLA now.
  • Database consistency checks for administrators.
  • Other fixes and improvements.

Version 0.6 (2007-11-02)

  • Integration with DTK and ATK Managers:
    • The fields for name, version and architecture are automatically filled in when registering a new product.
    • Uploading test results from DTK/ATK Manager in a few clicks.
  • Added possibility to upload test results before TMLA confirmation. The results will be automatically submitted for audit once TMLA is confirmed.
  • Added option for automatic TMLA confirmating.
  • Fee schedule with explanation of fee sum.
  • Added posibility to delete records in the Low Level Administration.
  • Numerous improvements in user interface.

Version 0.5 (2007-10-04)

The interface has been completely redesigned to become more user-oriented.

  • Status page now gives an overview of all running certification processes alongside with some suggestions on your actions.
  • Indication of certification progress with colors was put away. Instead of it we implemented grouping products by stage of certification, accompanying it with diagrams, descriptions and links to further actions and information.
  • Certification history is now being stored as a message thread.
  • Administration part was split into three "levels": the highest level is represented by Status page which contains a list of certifications waiting for confirmation and audit. The "middle" level is a common facilities for creating, editing and deleting companies, products, and so on. And low level allows modifying raw database entries.

Version 0.1

Initial prototype.

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