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[liberationtech] Announcing Martus 4.5, now with more usability!
chrisballinger at gmail.com
Thu Sep 4 10:39:14 PDT 2014
Martus seems like it could desperately use an updated website. There are
some great modern Apache 2.0 licensed Bootstrap 3 templates at
StartBootstrap <http://startbootstrap.com> that could be a good starting
point. Martus might be great software but, first impressions count, and
right now the website looks like a portal to the 90s. It might make users
wonder if the core software itself is no longer maintained unless they take
a closer look.
Otherwise, cheers on the new release!
On Thu, Sep 4, 2014 at 9:56 AM, Collin Sullivan <collins at benetech.org>
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> Dear LibTech:
> Quick note that we've just updated to Martus 4.5.1 -- same cool stuff
> as 4.5, but now with Chinese, Arabic, Spanish and Vietnamese translations.
> Download/upgrade at https://www.martus.org/
> [Hard at work on the coming 5.0, expect big things...]
> Cheers all,
> On 6/19/14, 12:05 PM, Collin Sullivan wrote:
> > Dear LibTech,
> > It is with great pride that I announce the release of Martus 4.5!
> > For those unfamiliar, Martus is a free/libre open source encrypted
> > and distributed information management system published by Benetech
> > and designed to enable human rights defenders, journalists and
> > others to securely store, organize and share their important and
> > sensitive data. You can learn more about Martus at
> > https://www.martus.org/
> > With version 4.5, we introduce some major usability improvements,
> > including:
> > * An account creation wizard designed to enable complete
> > configuration in less than 15 minutes; * A public keyserver to
> > enable easy remote Contact configuration; * The ability to share
> > forms and templates via the server network; * Some updates to
> > Martus' look and feel, which will be expanded for our 5.0 release.
> > Read more about the release here:
> > As always, we welcome thoughts, feedback, questions, suggestions
> > and constructive criticism!
> > Cheers, Collin
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> Collin Sullivan
> Human Rights Program Associate
> Benetech Human Rights Program
> Email: collin.s at benetech.org
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> https://www.martus.org - Martus Human Rights Bulletin System
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