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Finally, an SMF 2.0 Update

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Hey everyone,

It has been quite sometime since the last blog post about SMF development was made. Although I'm not the best blogger in the dev team, I thought I would say a "Hi!" and give some information about what we have been doing for the past months. As you would expect, there have been quite a few changes since then.

As you may already know, TE, AƤron^, Compuart^ and karlbenson left the team during the past few months. We can't thank them enough for what they have done for SMF - Thank you very much guys! On the other hand we had Norv joining the development team as the lead developer, me as a core developer and Antechinus, and Nas as user interface developers. Not to forget Nao, who has been helping with development for the past two months as a consulting developer and a dozen of Beta Testers who have joined the ranks along with the new and existing members on the support, customization, documentation, internationalization, and marketing teams. So, rest assured, the team is back up and running!

In fact, over 200 entries have been added to changelog since the release of RC3 in March. During the last three months 72 issues were reported to our tracker and 122 issues were resolved. At the moment I write this, there are 50 open bugs in our tracker, some of which are show-stoppers for RC4.

So, what does this all mean? It means SMF 2.0 RC4 will be out soon. I cannot give an exact date, but it's definitely very soon. ;)

Finally some good news... :)

Good news indeed.  :D

Congratulations to the hardworking SMF team! Hope to see it around soon.



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