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The biggest news is that we're ramping up to do 2 releases 1.1.5 and then 1.2.0. We need your help setting priorities, testing new features and generally letting us know what you need from your foswiki.
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Release 1.1.5 targeted for March 31st 2012 Support.SecurityAlert-CVE-2012-1004
with hotfix is available and we will be following up with Release 1.1.5. It will be a security focused release, picking up a number of bug fixes, and a small number of minor enhancements. The anticipated timeline is:
* Feature freeze: 5th of March
* String freeze: 10th of March
* Build release candidate: 20th of March
* Release - 31 of March
We need developer help to close out the ReleaseBlocker
tasks, and do a triage of any open tasks to pull fixes into 1.1.5. And translators need to be prepared to update the strings. The User Registration messages have all been converted to use MAKETEXT.
Branch of 1.2 soon
There is still some discussion going on, but initial plans are to branch 1.2 from trunk. We really need some help updating the FeatureProposals
, setting the PlannedFor
field to 1.2 or 2.0. Stay tuned to the blog for updates.
Details of 1.1.5 and 1.2 / 2.0 releases are found in the ReleasePlan
That's right, on Redhat Enterprise and Centos, itís now just as easy to install Foswiki and its ~300 plugins as it is on Debian.
* Debian repository for Foswiki
* Centos6 and RHEL6 repository for Foswiki
This means you can now manage your Enterprise Foswiki using the same package management tools as the rest of the operating system.