So as I often today on the weekend I was playing catch up with writing news articles and had just finished writing JCE 2.6.14 Released and they go and release version 2.6.15 - drat.

Not so long ago JCE released version 2.6.12 and are now back with another bug fix release although the keen eyes of you will ask where 2.6.13 was, my guess would be superstition kicking in a little - either way the super popular editor is back again and this around the changelog is quite meaty although again a bug fix release one new toy (read addition) has been pushed out for JCE Pro users.

The folks over at Jomsocial have confirmed the release of JomSocial 4.3.4, based on the release announcement the biggest change is the removal of the iJoomla installer which was discontinued and the creation of a new native Joomla install and update notification. Aside from JomSocial 4.3.4 a new version of Socialize is out. 

Kunena the popular forum extension for Joomla! have released the latest version which is part bugfix release but by far more important is also a security release. This release follows on quickly from the previous 5.0.8 release and includes the following in its release announcement:

Joomlatools the people behind popular Joomla! extensions such as DOCman, EXTman, LOGman have released version 1.0 of TEXTman a front-end article manager for Joomla!. According to the official blog post version 1.0 took over a year of hard work to put together however the feature set makes for an impressive read. 

Yootheme have released the latest beta of their product UIKit which according to them powers a good deal of their products including templates and yootheme pro. The front-end framework is open-source and available for download and testing. A whole heap of changes have been made that are discussed in the official release announcement post but a brief selection of those include: 

Joomlatools have released the latest version of the Joomlatools Framework, the self-named framework happens to power all of the Joomlatools extensions including the ever popular DOCman, LOGman, EXTman and the recently released TEXTman (Joomlatools releases TEXTman 1.0). The new release comes with several new additions including a restructuring of the framework to make it "more streamlined experience from development to installation" as well as the option to bundle the framework with a Joomla extension.