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YAM 2.9p1 released

The YAM team is proud to announce that the 2.9p1 version of YAM had just been released. more...

YAM's SSL implementation found to be secure...

In a recently performed evaluation of Amiga-related SSL implementations (https://sintonen.fi/advisories/amiga-ssl-vulnerabilities.txt) the internal SSL routines of YAM were found to perform secure according to the currently available AmiSSL versions. Beside the point that this should increase trust of our users we also feel that this supports our vision and amount of work we have put into YAM's security throughout the last years. In addition to the observations of the author of the SSL implementation check we would like to add, that YAM is also one of the first internet applications on the Amiga market that implements full SSL certificate check support. That means, we are not only rejecting obsolete and known ciphers but also check the certificate chain of the mail servers you connect and warn you in case the server provides a not properly signed certificate. This also highly increases security in our opinion...

Project translations now managed using transifex.com

To improve the quality and amount of translation available for YAM we have decided to switch to the online services of transifex.com for allowing users to submit translations to our project. Previously users had to explicitly submit translations by committing the Amiga-style catalog translation files (.ct) to our source code repository. This required quite an amount of technical knowledge. Now with having switched to using the transifex.com online platform every YAM user can submit translations without having to have any knowledge about revision control systems or how to deal with flexcat, etc. more...

YAM 2.9 released

The YAM team is proud to announce that the 2.9 version of YAM had just been released. more...

YAM 2.8p1 released

The YAM team is proud to announce that the 2.8p1 version of YAM had just been released. more...

2nd YAM Developer Summit

On the evening of June 26th and June 27th 2013 the two leading YAM developers Thore Böckelmann and Jens Langner met again in Wohlenberg, Germany. Besides general discussions about Amiga development and YAM one of the major goals of the meeting had been the finalize of the 2013/2014 development roadmap for YAM. more...

All mailing lists switched to Mailman

All YAM mailing lists have been switched to our own server using the 'Mailman' mailing list software. This should improve management of mailing lists as well as help users to better manage their subscription via the mailman.yam.ch web interface provided. Note, that we were able to convert all previous mailing list posts to the new service. Thus, you can access any previous mailing list post as you see fit. See mailman.yam.ch for more information...

YAM 2.8 released

The YAM team is proud to announce that the 2.8 version of YAM had just been released. more...

New Discussion forum and FAQ online

We are proud to announce a new discussion forum and online FAQ system being finally online. While we were previously using other third-party applications for maintaining a discussion forum and FAQ system we now completely rely on trac and thus improve the user experience. See forum.yam.ch and faq.yam.ch...

1st YAM Developer Summit

On the evening of June 1st 2012 and June 2nd 2012 the two leading YAM developers Thore Böckelmann and Jens Langner met in the nice little city of Wohlenberg, Germany. One of the goals of this meeting was to discuss and decide on the 2012/2013 development roadmap of YAM. Besides general discussions on the current development situation of YAM the development roadmap for the YAM 2.8 and versions beyond were discussed throughoutly. more...

YAM 2.7 released

The YAM team is proud to announce that the 2.7 version of YAM had just been released. more...

YAM 2.6p1 released

The YAM team is proud to announce that the 2.6p1 version of YAM had just been released. more...

10 years of YAM development

See our featured video on 10 years of YAM development in 1 minute. here...