Planning OpenSQLi-NG Public Release

July 13th, 2009

after four months of private development and extensive testing, in
order to deliver high quality software, I’m planning to release the
source code of OpenSQLi-NG, But since I’m currently invloved
in another project, my time time is limited so the
date of release is set in mid-September, after the summer holidays.


OpenSQLi-NG Transport Protocol

June 12th, 2009

Now that, core features are ready, these are OpenSQLi-NG Command Processor and core Java libraries, it is the time to implement an additional layer between those components. That layer should be implemented as a Transport Protocol, enabling support for pojos clients. Please visit the the project Trac Page for a roadmap or this page for details.

OpenSQLi-NG Command Processor Screenshots Available

June 7th, 2009

The OpenSQLi-NG Command Processor Screenshots are Available on SourceForge project page, these include welcome screen, commands index and demo. please visit This page for details.

OpenSQLi-NG status update

June 1st, 2009

The OpenSQli-NG project is going stable, it’s now in beta status. These releases are only available for developers and contributors, so please don’t ask me about the source yet. This will be the last before the release candidate. The features was also updated, please refer to this page for details.

OpenSQLi-NG status update

May 20th, 2009

The OpenSQli-NG project is going ahead, it’s now in Alpha state. Please to have the source available you may wait at leat the release candidate.

Community Choice Awards 2009

May 6th, 2009

Nominate OpenSQLi-NG for the SF Community Choice Awards 2009, for the following categories:

  • Best New Project
  • Best Tool or Utility for Developers

OpenSQLi-NG status update

May 2nd, 2009

Hello guys,
The OpenSQLi-NG changes status from 1-planning to 2-Pre-Alpha. The basic core libraries and utilities classes that use them are 100% done.
Please also refer to the project Trac page for a roadmap

OpenSQLi-NG Trac is Online

May 1st, 2009

This Trac is a minimalistic approach to web-based management for OpenSQLi-NG project. Its goal is to simplify effective tracking and handling of software issues, enhancements and overall progress.

All aspects of this interface have been designed with the single goal to help developers write great software while staying out of the way and imposing as little as possible on a team’s established process and culture.

please refer to the project page for further information


OpenSQLi-NG WebSpace Ready

April 27th, 2009

Welcome to OpenSQLi-NG official blog. This will host all news about this project, such as releases, project infos, download links an so on.