Lyceum is ready for public beta testing. JJB has details on the ibiblog and in this mail message:

One of Ibiblio’s software projects is Lyceum, which is a multi-user, multi-blog derivative of the WordPress blogging engine. We are getting ready to formally announce the project and release the code at the end of this month. Before then, we are hosting a public beta test of the software so we can iron out some bugs and receive feedback. You can see the beta test here:

http://lyceum-jjb.ibiblio.org/lyceum/portal.php

If you would like to try out Lyceum, the front page on that link explains everything. If you want to just poke around a bit and see what it’s all about, go for it. If you are a web/media/blog geek and want to create 5 test blogs, test every feature and every combindation of circumstances, and send us a torrent of bug reports and feedback, even better : )

You can send feedback, questions, and bug reports to:

lyceum-bugs AT lists DOT ibiblio DOT org

If you would like to discuss the project, you can either email me directly, or leave a comment here:

http://www.ibiblio.org/ibiblog/?p=165

Thanks,
John Bachir
software architect, The Lyceum Project

http://lyceum.ibiblio.org/
http://blog.johnjosephbachir.org/

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