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Team Mambo have announced the release of version 4.6.2 of the Mambo Open Source content management system (CMS). Released under the GNU Public Licence, it can be downloaded freely from here.

Although a minor release, version 4.6.2 is noteworthy in that the revision of the Mambo Language Manager has been completed. The Mambo core has been fully translated so that both site administrators and site visitors can use the system in the language or character set of their choice.

This release is the first under new project leader Chad Auld.

Version 4.6.2 also marks an era of renewed community participation.

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